By Wilbur Linton. interior. Published at Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 - 11:48:16 AM.
Home libraries featuring a built-in daybedIf all you have to work with is one wall. add a built-in reading nook for relaxing.A small narrow room features bookcases on either side with a daybed. framed by the window with a gorgeous view.Home libraries that make the most of the spaceThis studio may be small in square feet. but it features tall ceilings that the homeowner has cleverly taken advantage of.
movie posters. concert tickets. inspirational quotes. or patterned fabrics are all viable options.Once you have your items on hand. the next step is to figure out how they should be hung. We suggest laying it out on a table or the floor before attempting to secure anything to the wall. That way. you'll have the ability to play around and make changes until you've landed on the ideal arrangement.
Edit: You know that old adage “Put on your jewelry and take one piece off”? You can apply the same principle to your design. Look around the room to seek out any elements that don't fit in with the rest.Think About Added Value: If you can't decide whether or not a piece fits in with the rest. think in terms of added value. Does the piece add anything in particular to the space? If yes. keep it.
Unlike other styles which are more or less set in stone. what's “of the moment” today may change in a few years' time. Today. the look is defined by curved lines. neutral colors and minimalism. but it may look slightly different in the future.Pay attention to shape and form. Focus on formUsually. when we discuss how to put a room together. we recommend focusing on function over form.