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Kerrie L. Kelly
46 Reviews
Sophisticated Active Adult Living
Ideabooks903
Questions3
larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will reduce the cluttered effect smaller scale furniture can create
Kerrie L. KellySaveEmail 14. As a rule of thumb, scaled-down furniture will make the room look larger, however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will
pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out in the room.
fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture
however, fewer but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will help avoid clutter created by small furniture pieces spread out in the room.
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
“fewer, but larger pieces of multifunctional furniture will reduce the cluttered effect smaller scale” — dakinimind
Kelly Deck Design
15 Reviews
Lion's Bay
Ideabooks985
Questions3
multifunctional furniture. nesting side tables. ottomans.
9. Use multifunctional furniture. In a small living room, each piece of furniture should earn its keep. Think of using ottomans that work as a coffee table or extra seating
9. Use multifunctional furniture. In a small living room, each piece of furniture should earn its keep. Think of using ottomans that work as a coffee table or extra seating, nesting side tables that can be moved around as needed or versatile little stools that can be seats or tables.The layout: A sleek
“Great for a small lounge space or TV room” — Lanser Designs
Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Karen's Backyard Photo Shoot
Ideabooks1,149
Questions0
stashing all of the cushions. "I love multifunctional pieces; they are a must for small spaces," Sealy says.
ed mulberry tree is now surrounded by a cedar box seat that holds a cooler for drinks and has space for stashing all of the cushions. "I love multifunctional pieces; they are a must for small spaces," Sealy says. She likes to use big plants to fill out the rest of the space. Elephant ears in planters
ed mulberry tree is now surrounded by a cedar box seat that holds a cooler for drinks and has space for stashing all of the cushions. "I love multifunctional pieces; they are a must for small spaces," Sealy says.
The tree is now surrounded by a cedar box seat that holds a cooler for drinks and has space for stashing all of the cushions. Multifunctional pieces are a must for small spaces.
“This is perfect” — penaml
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Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Growing Up Stylish
Ideabooks6,828
Questions6
Use multifunctional furniture. That side table can serve as a bedside table, but flip it around and it also can serve as a lower table with a magazine rack, or as a laptop tray. The bench is multifunctional as well — it rolls, it provides extra seating, and
“Walls and ceiling” — Kim Schwall Smith
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
20 Reviews
Small Space Residence
Ideabooks918
Questions2
Multi-function room. I like the wine rack also.
very multifunctional, what a pleasant studio!
multifunction living/dining
“Dining set up” — pegasus1029
American Woodmark
1 Review
Wonderfully in White
Ideabooks879
Questions2
I love the multifunctionality of this space. It also nice and bright.
I like how this is multifunctional
“chalk board by desk” — Ginger Ragsdale Builders, LLC.
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Living Space, Kitchen & Entry
Ideabooks12,256
Questions8
multifunction space
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“floating shelf, wall mounted screen/tv” — cindy300
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Spring Lake- Family Room
Ideabooks3,796
Questions9
Pocket doors allow the multifunctional family room to become a private main floor fifth bedroom for weekend guests. Ottomans are used in lieu of a coffee table, offering extra seating as well as surface space and allowing better traffic flow. The proportionally-sized custom wall unit with strategically
Pocket doors allow the multifunctional family room to become
“looks so cozy! This is the "feeling" we want in the sitting area.” — jlin787
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