By Gerald Bridgett. interior. Published at Monday, September 03rd, 2018 - 05:41:36 AM.
Accessories: Don't forget to add wall art. flowers or plants that personalize the space. Special objects like vases or small sculptures can also be placed in the shelving to break up all the books.Now that you have an idea of what you need. check out these stunning home library ideas for inspiration.
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.
You'll be surprised just how much of a difference a few small changes can make.Have we convinced you yet? Will you make a point of including negative space in your interiors from now on? Tell us in the comments.The Defining a Style Series: What Is Contemporary Design?What features make up contemporary design? Keep reading to find out.
Now that we've discussed why negative space is so important. it's time to talk about how to make it work in your own interiors. Every space is different. so the exact steps you need to take will vary. but we have a few tips to help get you started.As you put together the rooms in your home. keep the following in mind:Start with function: Functional elements like your furniture are most important. Let them form the basis of your design.