By Erline Lofton. interior. Published at Sunday, August 26th, 2018 - 23:09:00 PM.
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.
— 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.
Anyone who's ever had to deal with a tiny apartment knows that small space living comes with its own set of challenges. It doesn't mean designing these spaces is impossible. With a little planning and forethought. even the most cramped spaces can become equal parts functional and eye-catching.If you're dealing with tight square footage and aren't quite sure where to start. you're in luck.
Don't be afraid to make your attic office multi-functional. Think about creating an office for multiple people.Take advantage of architectural details. such as window seats.Create an office with an industrial vibe. Create a laid-back playroom or teen hangout spaceLet your child express their personality through the décor.