By Kimberly Tilman. interior. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 07:08:16 AM.
“I recommend covering all the walls of the room in one color to make it feel larger. Consider using a warm and rich or soft and soothing hue to cover the majority of the room. including the ceiling. Highlighting one unifying color fades defining lines. which enhances the coziness of the space. Additionally. using that wall color at least one other time in your space — either in an area rug or a small accent piece
” — Basia Falcon. owner and head designer of Sycamore & Gray in Highland Park. IL.Go big with a statement piece. Don't discount a statement piece“Get the size right! Too often consumers think my space is small so I'll buy a bunch of small pieces. Top designers know that's the exact opposite of good space planning —
— will pull your style together while continuing to let it feel open.” — Dee Schlotter. Color Expert. PPG Industries. Inc. in Pittsburgh. PAUse multi-functional pieces wherever possible.Make it multi-functional“Regardless of your style. the most important thing to decorating a small space well is to invest in pieces that can be used for more than one thing.
These days. two-toned kitchen cabinets are the look everyone seems to be clamoring over. and all it takes is one look to see why this trend is piquing homeowners' interest.If you. too. have fallen in love with the two-toned look. you're in luck. In this post. we'll explore some of the most common ways people are getting in on this trend.