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Fowler Interiors
2 Reviews
hartwell entry
good idea for extra seating entertaining
Covered ottomans stored under long table give extra seating without taking footprint space
be used during parties for seating.
beach house or amy's basement-looks good, excellent extra seating option
very nice - would change it up a bit but nice place for extra seating and for cat's to eat
Seats by front door for sorting put shoes
about what other function this piece might serve. Could you use it as a writing desk? What about stashing small ottomans underneath for additional seating?
“table & seating” — nrf01
Sightline Art Consulting
11 Reviews
2 pouf/side chairs underneath them that could be pulled out for add'l seating. I also love that artwork hanging on the wall to the left of the table.
Always have extra seating options available - I love having 2 stools tucked under a console!
Put stools under console--extra seating when you
stools under table fill space and can be used for extra seating
decorator trick for good reason — filling that blank space beneath a console makes a room look more complete, and the stools can be pulled in to join the seating arrangement during parties. A pair is nearly always better than just one.
“Table with cubes” — sheramee76
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
round table softens up a blank corner and provides the perfect spot for a few extra seats. Fill the table library style with stacks of books and anchor the arrangement with a container of long-lasting branches.
7. An extra table and chairs in the entryway. If you are lucky enough to have a large foyer
foyer, put it to work by placing a dashing round table there. If you tuck short stools beneath, you will have an extra table and chairs ready to fill a seating gap at dinnertime.
“Cubes under table” — klj1964
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Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
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fresh way," says Reich.Tip: Adding extra seating to a room can be tricky. Small ottomans in an exciting shape or pattern, like these wooden pieces, can add interest. Use their versatility to fill dead space under tables and keep them near a chair for extra seating or propping up feet.
“wall hangings” — lissywarren
Design By Lisa
6 Reviews
Entryway. Stools under console table for extra seating when needed.
I like the two storage seats.
Extra seating!...Seats under table
“Behind sofa” — jlgeib2000
Forum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
We could do something similar behind the sectional to have a place for extra seating.
Stealth seating under the sofa table.
sofa table and seating
like storage box seats
Under console seating
Extra seating
“Sconces, decor console table” — smherma
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Nomadic Vintage
table and ottomans - extra seating?art and ?
consol table w/ two ottoman seating great for living room space
this is a great idea for a ``sideboard`` in a small dininroom...using underneath the side table for extra textured seating and the top for functional extra table space (decor or food)
stools fitting under table for extra seating
“hocker” — suessanita
Tara Seawright
Entrance Foyer
The teeny bench! Would be great under a window for extra seating
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's book, and with good reason. Mirrors reflect light and views, standing in as extra windows and amplifying the space. Try placing a mirror
mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's book, and with good reason. Mirrors reflect light and views, standing in as extra windows and amplifying the space. Try placing a mirror in the entryway, above the mantel or anywhere it will reflect a lovely view or artwork.
doesn't mean you can't still make a bold style statement. A petite ottoman covered in a luxurious fabric looks chic and can hold a coat and bag. Add an extra-large mirror on the wall to create an expansive sense of space.Style notes: Want to recreate a glam look? Plush velvet, curvy shapes, crystal (or anything
“Seating in the hallway...?” — pinkskittlez84
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