By Sandy Cuffie. interior. Published at Wednesday, September 05th, 2018 - 01:27:34 AM.
Narrow 8″ deep shelves with no backing keep the room feeling open and airy. A sleek and contemporary home library features ebony wood and a luxurious lounge for reading.Strategically arranged books add color and visual interest to this home library. framed by the crown molding of the entry.Pops of color and the large glass sliding door create a cheerful and bright home library.
Home libraries that double as a home study or officeAdding a desk to a home library creates a double duty space for reading and work. To add a sense of privacy. this loft's library features a glass wall and door.Why You Need to Incorporate Negative Space in Your DesignEvery design needs negative space.
If not. leave it out.Are you ready to add negative space? Negative space is an often overlooked component of many professional-looking designs. We're here to make a case for why it should be considered a must-have. Use the post above as a reference point and. if we've convinced you to join #TeamNegativeSpace. use the tips above to add this feature to the rooms of your home.
Most of the time. this will be your last step. It can be helpful to think of adding negative space as interior design editing. Often. it's the finishing touch that allows your aesthetic to take center stage.Use these tips to bring some negative space to your design. How to create negative space