By Doris RufOn Apr 27, 2018 Furniture
The first factor in deciding whether a piece of furniture stays or goes is its function. Ask yourself what furniture is needed – the different activities carried out in a particular room require specific furniture (beds for bedrooms, seating for a living room, etc.). Consider each person in your home – does one person love a cozy lounge chair? Do you need extra storage for all of your children’s toys? After thinking about those basic questions, pay special attention to the following aspects.
Plants are a wonderful way to add depth to a small living room. Lush greenery softens corners and fools the eye into thinking there is more to the room than there really is. Plants are especially effective in corners and beside or behind chairs and sofas. If you can keep the furniture from contrasting, then your room will look just fine. You can always break rules when it comes to decorating small spaces because you don’t have as much area to work with, so it generally is not as noticeable.
Pick furniture with built-in storage to limit clutter. Typically, small homes are short on places to stash things. Thats why its so valuable to find furniture with storage included. Look for tables with drawers or shelves and ottomans with hidden compartments. Or a Coffee Table that double up as extra seatings when you have more visitors.
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