Every year, millions of people gather around their TVs to watch television’s biggest event of the year. If you are planning on hosting a party to join in on the fun with all of your friends and family, you might be wondering what you can do to make sure that everyone has a great time. The pressure to entertain can take away from the fun you should be having, but fortunately, there are a few things you can do to prepare for a successful night.
While most people focus on the food and drinks, they neglect the two most important components of a good watch party: comfortable furniture and a good TV. The following are just a few tips and tricks you can use to get your living room ready for the big game!
Update Your Furniture
While you still have plenty of time, you should check out your current furniture. If it has seen better days, this is a great opportunity to ditch your torn and tattered chairs and couches. Your event is also the perfect excuse to get that sectional sofa you have always dreamed of buying. There are plenty of trendy and beautiful styles for your living roommakeover that will impress all of your guests. However, you won’t want to forget about comfort while you are trying out the new furniture.
Buy Additional Seating
After you replace your outdated furniture, you still might find that you don’t have quite enough seating for all of the guests you invited to the party. If you don’t have the space to add more recliners or accent chairs, you can purchase an ottoman, which serves as storage and seating. In addition, folding chairs provide an alternative for additional seating, but you can always put them away until you are ready to host another event.
Rearrange the Layout
For most parties, you would want to direct attention away from the TV, but in this case, it’s the star of the show. Therefore, you might need to move your furniture around so that every seat has a good view. If you have surround sound, the speakers might need to be rearranged to ensure that they aren’t in the way but everyone can still hear the game.
While you’re at it, don’t forget to leave plenty of room for people to get up and move around. During commercial breaks, your guests might want to grab another drink or snack, so you should create a clear path from the living room to the kitchen.
Have Room for Food & Drinks
When everyone’s attention is turned to the TV, you don’t want to worry about having food and drinks spilled all over your new furniture or floor. Instead, you should make sure that you have adequate space for everyone to set down their beverages. If you don’t already have some, now would be a good time to buy some end tables. A coffee table can also provide plenty of space for people to set plates down, but make sure you leave enough room for people who might jump up from the couch when their team scores!
Is your home game-day ready? If not, have no fear. All of the furniture you could need to host your party can be found at Sam Levitz Furniture.
Whether you want a new sectional or some stylish end tables for your living room, you can find it all at Sam Levitz. They have plenty of furniture in different styles to fit your taste and budget. However, you don’t have to let yourself become overwhelmed by all of the options they have because you can count on one of their design experts to help you pick the right pieces for your home. No matter your budget, you can trust that their high-quality furniture will transform your living room into the perfect space for cheering on your favorite time.
For more ideas on how to prepare your home for the big game, you can stop by one of Sam Levitz’s stores to try out some of their furniture. To learn more about the living room products that they have to offer, you can visit their website SamLevitz.com.
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