To speak about rooms and furniture, you should know the proper vocabulary. Here is the vocabulary connected with the living room and bathroom.
Curtains - a piece of material, especially cloth, that hangs across a window or opening to make a room or part of a room dark or private
Armchair - a comfortable chair with sides that support your arms
Sofa - a long, soft seat with a back and usually arms, on which more than one person can sit at the same time
Carpet - (a shaped piece of) thick material used for covering floors
Coffee table - a small, low table on which coffee is served or books and magazines are arranged
CD player - a machine that is used for playing music CDs
Hi-fi system - electronic equipment used to play recorded sound, especially music
TV set - a device shaped like a box with a screen that receives electrical signals and changes them into moving images and sound
Remote control - a piece of equipment that you hold in your hand and use to control a television, DVD player, etc.
Fireplace - a space in the wall of a room for a fire to burn in, or the decorated part that surrounds this space
Shower - a device that releases drops of water through a lot of very small holes and that you stand under to wash your whole body
Bath - a long plastic, metal, or ceramic container that is filled with water so that you can sit or lie in it to wash your whole body
Mirror - a piece of glass with a shiny, metal-covered back that reflects light, producing an image of whatever is in front of it
Towel - a piece of cloth or paper used for drying someone or something that is wet
Towel rail - a horizontal bar on the wall, or a frame with a horizontal bar, used to hang towels on
Washbasin - a bowl that is attached to the wall in a bathroom or near a toilet and has pipes to supply and carry away water, in which you wash your hands, face, etc.
Toilet - a bowl-shaped device with a seat that you sit on or stand near when emptying the body of urine or solid waste
Heavy curtains blocked out the sunlight.
Have you seen the remote control for the TV anywhere?
She swept the ashes from the fireplace.
We have a heated towel rail in our bathroom.