Home Inventory: Living Room Checklist


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Home Inventory: Living Room Checklist


Here is a list of common living room items that you may need to include in your home inventory when sharing it with your insurance provider:

  1. Furniture:
    • Sofa(s)
    • Armchair(s)
    • Coffee table
    • Side tables
    • Entertainment center or TV stand
    • Bookshelves
    • Desk (if applicable)
    • Dining table and chairs (if the living room and dining area are combined)
  1. Electronics:
    • Television(s)
    • Sound system or speakers
    • DVD/Blu-ray player
    • Gaming console(s)
    • Streaming devices
    • Remote controls
  2. Appliances:
    • Floor or table lamps
    • Ceiling light fixtures
    • Floor or wall-mounted air conditioning unit (if applicable)
    • Fireplace or heating unit (if applicable)
  3. Decor and Accessories:
    • Wall art and paintings
    • Mirrors
    • Decorative items (e.g., vases, sculptures, figurines)
    • Indoor plants and planters
    • Window Treatment (e.g., curtains or blinds)
    • Rugs or carpets
    • Clock(s)
  4. Miscellaneous:
    • Books
    • Magazines
    • DVDs/Blu-ray discs Collection
    • Video game collection
    • Musical instruments (if applicable)

Remember to include as much detail as possible, such as brand names, models, purchase dates, and estimated values. It is also helpful to take photographs or videos of the items and store them along with the inventory list for further documentation.



This content provides a general overview of common items found in a home’s room. Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and the presence or absence of specific items does not apply universally. It serves as a reference and starting point, not a comprehensive guide. Individual preferences and room variations should be considered when furnishing or decorating.



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