By Kimberly Tilman. interior. Published at Saturday, August 04th, 2018 - 17:45:53 PM.
You can go about tying your cabinets together in a few ways. In the picture above. for example. both the upper and lower cabinets fit within the same color palette. Consider using two different shades of the same color as your equalizer. However. if you'd rather include two distinct hues. you should think seriously about using the same hardware throughout the space to bring the look together.
If space is an issue. think about investing in multi-functional furniture like a set of nesting tables that can double as a coffee table. A desk can also function as a buffet when entertaining. or even a bench can be a coffee table. extra seating.” — Lisa Melone Cloughen of Melone Cloughen Interiors. Inc. in New York. NYUse these tips to get the most out of small space living.
one stunning statement piece of anything always makes a better impact than many busy small items just creating visual clutter.” — Charmaine Wynter of Charmaine Wynter Interiors Inc. in Southlake. TXInvest in uplighting. Opt for lifted lighting“In smaller spaces. flat areas like the floor and table tops are at a premium. so consider lighting solutions that hang in the air like wall sconces by your sofa and pendant lighting by your bed.
The clever installation of a graphic wall serves as both a headboard on one side and a desk on the other side. An industrial loft's focal point is a glass and iron room divider. Slatted wood room divider ideasSimple wood slats can be mounted to create a sense of a smaller. intimate area without completely closing off the spot. Depending on a home's decor. the look can be mid-century modern or contemporary in style.