Family Room Designs in Malaysia That Encourage More Family Time

Family Room Designs in Malaysia That Encourage More Family Time

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Nov 13, 2017
Why you should care

The living room and family room are traditionally separate spaces, the living space was designed for more formal gatherings whilst the family room is for casual everyday lounging. Be inspired by these cosy and comfy family rooms in Malaysian homes where you can lounge around with your family and friends.

These family rooms accommodate each family member’s favourite activity while encouraging interaction.

Be inspired by these family rooms in Malaysian homes where friends and family can gather for fun and entertainment.

The living room and family room are traditionally separate spaces, the living space was designed for more formal gatherings whilst the family room is for casual everyday lounging. As homes now feature smaller and open layouts, family rooms are often the living room. However, if you do have extra rooms, we suggest dedicating a room designated for family time just like in these homes.

A classic family room like this one is inviting and encourages quality family time.

This terrace home features a contemporary family space that looks exquisite with its grey tones and classy furniture.

A vintage family room like this one is a fun space for family activities and gatherings.

Classic, crisp, and clean features are the best part of this family space.

This rustic family lounge looks extremely cosy and comfy. The ambient room also makes it a good home theatre space.

With Asian influences and a large seating area, we can already see large family gatherings taking place here, especially during festive seasons.

Get yourself an interactive family room just like this one. Instead of a regular lounge space, use it as a family (and friends) game room.

If your bank account and space permits, we suggest you turn your family room into a theatre room, just like this home did! Perfect for family movie nights.

Families with young kids can consider turning their spare room into a family space just like this one. The addition of child-friendly furniture means that the kids can play while the adults watch TV.

For something cosy and inviting, be inspired by this nook created for family time.

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Why you should care

The living room and family room are traditionally separate spaces, the living space was designed for more formal gatherings whilst the family room is for casual everyday lounging. Be inspired by these cosy and comfy family rooms in Malaysian homes where you can lounge around with your family and friends.

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