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Explanation: I've just spoken to a Spanish interior designer friend and he said "zonas" as the answer, "tertulias" is apparently only because it's describing a living room and is a bit pretentious! HTH!
Edward Tully Local time: 23:12 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 8
Explanation: or: if you know it for good, armchairs or sofas or chairs or the such...
I understand that - as very common in Spain - the living area is separated into two zones on two different levels: the leisure space (sofa, TV, hi-fi, low table) and the dining room area with a dining table, the corresponding chairs and possibly more furniture...
According to this text the leasure space or living area/room is equipped with two seating units (which may be sofas, sofa modules, armchairs or else) close to the huge window, whereas the dining area is in the less lit part close to the entrance and the kitchen.