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Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic around a seating group, not through the middle of it. If traffic cuts through the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.
Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic around a seating group, not through the middle of it. If traffic cuts through the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.
Brooklyn, Co-opLauren Gries
Frames line up at the bottom of the grouping.
I like this grouping
Grouping layout (hang mirror horizontal)
Picture grouping...Wall grouping
Anaheim HillsBlackband Design
size. An area rug defines a grouping of furniture. Buy one large enough to lie under at least the front legs of each piece of furniture in your grouping.
area rug size. An area rug defines a grouping of furniture. Buy one large enough to lie under at least the front legs of each piece of furniture in your grouping.
5. Don't skimp on area rug size. An area rug defines a grouping of furniture. Buy one large enough
front legs of each piece of furniture in your grouping.
Don't skimp on area rug size. An area rug defines a grouping of furniture. Buy one large enough to lie under at least the front legs of each piece of furniture in your grouping.
An area rug defines a grouping of furniture. Buy one large enough to lie under at least the front legs of each piece of furniture in your grouping.
Eclectic Living RoomLinda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
I like the groupings of pictures
like the picture groupings
Niece traditional grouping
3 groupings...grouping of photos...art grouping...Picture grouping
Living RoomShirley Meisels
art grouping balanced with the chair
Off center picture grouping and cabinet with mirror
I like the way the pictures are grouped
Midcentury pottery. I always snatch up groupings of multicolored pottery pieces when I find good ones. I prefer '50s and '60s era pieces, which come in a variety of sizes. Singles can be used as vases or sculpture, and groupings are great on sideboards and mantels.
Cedar StreetMoore Architects, PC
ing on the group size and type of games, you may want to either have all of the game playing in one area or set up several smaller zones. It can be fun and more comfortable to divide larger groups among a few areas instead of trying to squeeze everyone into a single space. Smaller groups and spaces make
decorations and crafts you could whip up for your shindig, but really none are needed. A decently clean house, a good music playlist and a lively group of friends are the essentials; anything else is a bonus. If you have a fancy felt-topped card table, by all means bring it out.
Jennifer Brouwer Design IncJennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
Framed botanical grouping Pay close attention to the framing
I like the four pictures they way they are grouped together! Got to do this
Wall grouping and wall color
Grouping of 4 paintings
Wall grouping...Picture grouping
PredatorDavid Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Large room made to feel smaller with the use of small groups of furniture.
large to small, small groups of furniture
Love the whole furniture grouping, particularly settee.
Small Groups of Furniture
small groups of funiture
3 sofa round group
Berkeley, CAAND Interior Design Studio
still get away with a single grouping. "Just add a couple of chairs with a round table between them, so you have another place to go," says Charleston designer Alix Bragg. In this example a table and chairs are set behind the rear sofa; more chairs augment the main seating group. A daybed takes the place
this example a table and chairs are set behind the rear sofa; more chairs augment the main seating group. A daybed takes the place of a second sofa, allowing views into the space and making the seating group seem more welcoming.
place of a second sofa, allowing views into the space and making the seating group seem more welcoming.
If your space is long and narrow, but not especially big, you can still get away with a single grouping. "Just add a couple of chairs with a round table between them, so you have another place to go," says Charleston designer Alix Bragg.
Victorian Farmhouse AdditionOLSON LEWIS + Architects
of six, eight or a dozen prints, all grouped in identical frames, like the ones in this living room.
The high cost of art is driven home whenever I get an itch to do one of my favourite types of displays: a collection of six, eight or a dozen prints, all grouped in identical frames, like the ones in
In this room the large display of botanical prints on a pure white wall draws your eye to the grouping, while the sea-life print on the pillows, the organic materials (woven rattan and wood) and the varying styles — Asian, Indonesian, European — blend together to create a relaxed
Host a crafting group. What's more fun than working on a knitting, crochet or DIY project on a rainy evening? Doing it with a group of friends who share your passion. If you are starting your own group, you can make the rules — think about whether you want to
Host a crafting groupWhat’s more fun than working on a knitting, crochet or DIY project on a rainy evening? Try doing it with a group of friends who share your passion. If you are starting your own group, you can make the rules – think about whether you want to
it to one craft or keep it open to whatever members want to create. You could take turns leading the group in making a project workshop-style or leave it free form. No matter how you structure the group, set out some tasty snacks and beverages, and provide seating that is appropriate for the type of craft
Group images on a theme. Gather framed pieces and other finds on a gallery wall that expresses something about who you are. Arrange them close together vs
is expressed by three-dimensional nonframed objects, including the paddles, the fish and other discoveries from the sea. Their presence makes the grouping of framed prints all the more interesting.
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