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Lauren Leonard Interiors
2 Reviews
Entry
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Lauren Leonard Interiors SaveEmail 5. Swap out accent furniture from room to room. Small furniture (side tables, stools, slipper chairs) is easy to move, and a simple swap can completely change the feel of a room. Try a side table
small furniture pieces for a small entry way.
5. Swap out accent furniture from room to room. Small furniture (side tables, stools, slipper chairs) is easy to move, and a simple swap can completely change the feel of a room. Try a side table from the living room in the entryway and a narrow entry table behind the sofa. Place an upholstered chair
5. Swap accent furniture between roomsSmall furniture (side tables, stools, slipper chairs) is easy to move and a simple swap can completely change the feel of a room. Try placing a side
“bright and homey.” — shumate1481
Antonio Martins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Potrero HIll
Ideabooks3,708
Questions5
the chairs and the Recamier are antiques. the small two seat sofa is custom.
3. Choose small-scale furniture. There is more to living room furniture than full-size sofas and bulky armchairs. Antiques shops are a great place to look for small-scale furniture, because the average room size was typically quite small until the last half century or so. Look for small settees, love
SMALL ROOM: Choose small-scale furniture. There is more to living room furniture than full-size sofas and bulky armchairs. Antiques shops are a great place to look for small-scale furniture, because the average room size was typically quite small until the last half century
Antiques shops are a great place to look for small-scale furniture, because the average room size was typically quite small until the last half century or so. Look for small settees, love seats and chairs that can work for your space.
“chest” — nayahb
Kerrie L. Kelly
46 Reviews
Sophisticated Active Adult Living
Ideabooks909
Questions4
Creating space - As a rule of thumb, scaled-down furniture will make the room look larger, however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out
As a rule of thumb, scaled-down furniture will make the room look larger, however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out in
As a rule of thumb, scaled-down furniture will make the room look larger, however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out in the room.
Fewer, larger pieces of furniture help avoid clutter.
14. As a rule of thumb, scaled-down furniture will make the room look larger, however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out in the room.
“The general feel. Also coffee table.” — dad695tec
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Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
Short St
Ideabooks15,833
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Great use of a small outdoor space.
Great use of small outdoor space
Walls where greenery can be planted. Built in bench where you can have a small table
bench on small patio and recessed bbq
Bench seating plus small table and chairs
4. Maximize a small space with a custom fit. A small space filled with lots of small furniture just feels cluttered — you can actually seat more people and increase the sense of space with a built-in bench that fits perfectly.
paper before making any changes — if you measure and plan well, you may realize you can actually fit in more than you thought. In this small space, the designer squeezed in a grill, a dining area, and built-in planters.
patio space on paper before making any changes – if you measure and plan well, you may realise you can actually fit in more than you thought. In this small space, the designer squeezed in a grill, a dining area, and built-in planters.
“Landscape” — Jo-Liz Cameron
Claire Watkins Interior Design, LLC
Inman Park Condo
Ideabooks1,718
Questions1
What is the Television? I like the idea of a small living room and TVl
Great use of small space Photo set above couch to fill in blank space Small furniture to make area look bigger
mis matched furniture, lighting, cozy feel, coffee table adds illusion of more space
nice idea for small living room
Very nice furniture distribution. This is a very charming living room.
“Curtains” — sparkle393993
Nichole Loiacono Design
1 Review
NYC Fashion PR Firm
Ideabooks32,581
Questions15
Small place needs big curtains and consistant furniture. Like tuis couch
A colorful eclectic design that showcases European grandeur and Art Deco elements via the use of furniture
Tricky space 7: Tiny studio apartmentThe solution: Small-scale furniture and careful planning are key in a tiny space that must serve many purposes. Round tables and furniture with curvy shapes make navigating tight quarters easier, while glass or Lucite tables create
“I like the idea of a table and chairs and a couch with coffee table in the family sala, multipurpose” — jenloz
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
The Bryant Back Bay
Ideabooks18,049
Questions20
element right in the room is vital. If it's too big, it can look and feel uncomfortable. If it's too small, your furniture will become the focal point, taking away from the main feature. Read more about scale
Architectural feature. A central element, like this fireplace, can help you position your furniture in a room. Notice how the furniture in this space revolves around the fireplace. The stone surround also sets the color tone for the sofa, chairs and drapes. Getting the size of the architectural element
“fireplace” — cindya99
Eva Stoyanov - Real Estate Broker
LeComte Residence
Ideabooks331
Questions1
Small furniture, big space (Stage your home and sell it fast)
Small furniture, big space. It's the trick of the trade: downsize your furnishings to upsize the room.
replace with small footstools and smaller lamps Plain mirror above bed
Drapery grouping. Small side table. Taupe color.
Staging tips 7. Small furniture, big space. It's the trick of the trade: downsize your furnishings to upsize the room. Here, I got rid of the king-size bed, two nightstands, a dresser, and a bookcase; can you imagine what this room looked like with all that stuff crammed in there? I replaced it with
7. Small furniture, big space. It's the trick of the trade: downsize your furnishings to upsize the room. Here, I got rid of the king-size bed, two nightstands, a dresser, and a bookcase; can you imagine what this room looked like with all that stuff crammed in there? I replaced it with a queen-size
“Staging tips 7. Small furniture, big space. It's the trick of the trade: downsize your furnishings t” — marloukah
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