Monday, February 29, 2016

Enhance Your Family Time with a Tech-Less Living Room

While tech-filled homes aren't going anywhere anytime soon, families are increasingly keeping their family rooms unplugged to facilitate quality family time. Take a quick count of all the devices you use during a typical day—with so much screen time available families are beginning to crave spaces where they can read a book, chat with family and friends, or just sit quietly to unwind.

We all love binge watching our favorite shows, but too much technology is beginning to be seen as too much of a good thing. In fact, many technology chief executives, including Steve Jobs, adopted a low-tech parenting. In today’s fast-paced world, the trend of disconnecting from our devices to reconnect with ourselves and others is gaining traction.

Four Piece Stationary Sofa by Natuzzi

Spaces for Digital-Detox

Gone is the 80’s style living room with a big old TV, bookshelf cluttered with novels, video tapes, and CD. Thankfully, this will remain a thing of the past. Instead of having the TV as the focal point of your living room, you can position the furniture in way that is conducive to conversation. The Four Piece Stationary Sectional Sofa from the Natuzzi Editions collection demonstrates how a modern living room can be no- or low-tech without sacrificing style and comfort.

There’s plenty of room for relaxing, reading, or even stretching out for a nap without the distractions of TVs and other devices. The sleek design and plush comfort with folded pillow arms and line-tufted seat cushions are perfect for a look that is both contemporary and casual while also neither too feminine or too masculine. The large floral rug and light walls keep the room from looking too dark, making it a perfect spot to snuggle with the kids and pets or just unwind on your own.

Contemporary Ottoman by Natuzzi

The contemporary ottoman adds modern comfort and relaxation whether you are entertaining guests or connecting with family. Of course, even those who adopt a low-tech lifestyle still own a TV and other devices. There is a place for technology, but it doesn’t have to be in every room of the house. You can easily turn a spare room into a media room or hide the TV in an armoire.

The Natuzzi Editions can be found at Baer's Furniture showrooms in one of the Boca Raton, Naples, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Melbourne, Orlando, and Tampa, Florida areas. Availability may vary, so contact us for the most current availability on this product.

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