Useful Italian Words: Living Room

What are some names for common objects in the living room in Italian? Learn them here in this useful Italian words lesson!

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The Italian living room 1-10

First ten objects in an Italian living room. Listen to each audio recording and repeat it out loud!

Il salotto
The living room

Il divano
The sofa

La poltrona
The armchair

La sedia
The chair

living room in italian
Questa sedia è comoda.
This chair is comfortable.

Il tavolino
The coffee table

Il televisore
The tv

La finestra
The window

Il soprammobile
The ornament, the knick knack

Il davanzale
The windowsill

La lampada
The lamp

living room italian
La lampada illumina la stanza.
The lamp lights up the room.

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The Italian living room 11-19

Other nine objects in an Italian living room. Listen to each audio recording and repeat it out loud!

Il lampadario
The chandelier

Il cuscino
The cushion

Il tappeto
The carpet

Il pavimento
The floor

Il vaso
The vase

living room italian
Il vaso di fiori
The flower pot

La libreria
The bookshelf

Le tende
The curtains

Il camino
The fireplace

Il quadro
The painting

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