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A Shelter Island fisherman's cottage
is around the perimeter of the room. A 4 1/2 x 9 foot table = 14 1/2 x 19 feet of floor space or more A 4 x 8 or "bar" table = 14 x 18 feet of floor space A 3 1/2 x 7 foot table = 13 1/2 x 17 feet of floor space
Opening up to the outdoor living space
Nice and cozy; good use of space.
playroom idea.. Have a wood burning fireplace. So cool for back yard. Could have loft space in it will bed.
Wonderful man cave or studio space
Turn an exterior space—such as a shed or a garage—into a game room with your pool table as the centerpiece. The sleek black and white design of the space here makes it look far more upscale than a typical shed game room.
you’d put it. Here’s a suggestion: the garage. Not only does it make room inside, but it also creates an additional furnished space. You'll have a spacious interior and a space for the kids to hang. More: Arrange Your Furniture for EntertainingArrange Your Furniture for the TV and People, Too
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Thank You for your answer. I just love the use of white in this space.
That's how much space I need
modern spaces. Add pop to a cool modern or eclectic space with a hit of coral. The bright hue looks especially vibrant against pale gray, white and watery blue
Love Coral: "6. Coral warms up modern spaces. Add pop to a cool modern or eclectic space with a hit of coral. The bright hue looks especially vibrant against pale gray, white and watery blue."
Private office space, very bright and white
Coral warms up modern spaces. Add pop to a cool modern or eclectic space with a hit of coral. The bright hue looks especially vibrant against pale gray, white and
6. Coral warms up modern spaces. Add pop to a cool modern or eclectic space with a hit of coral. The bright hue looks especially vibrant against pale gray, white and watery blue.
make or break a room and instantly change the way a space feels. The rug shown here ties together the eclectic room with its neutral color and widely spaced pattern. It is also a flatter weave, which flows seamlessly into the surrounding floor space.
Casual Modern Different rugs same space
Bright and warm space; love chairs
Long, open spaces like this one can be tough to furnish, but these homeowners used color to create continuity in this 1940s farmhouse. Here preppy stripes work as a
make or break a room and instantly change the way a space feels. The rug shown here ties together the eclectic room with its neutral color and widely spaced pattern. It is also a flatter weave, which flows seamlessly into the surrounding floor space.Choosing the right type of rug is as much about the
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use of attic space for lg bedroom
Great space for kids to sleep
I like how there us so much space and it is used nicely.
low shelves create bedroom space from living/kitchen space of in-law suite
Creative use of space
half wall bookcases separate space
Divided space with book shelves
Attic space as bunk room
built in bookshelves separating space
Use of space...bonus room space...Transitional Spaces
small Chelsea apartment
using large mirrors to open up a space
mirror to a small space is the oldest trick in the book. The reflection virtually enlarges the space and brightens the room using sunlight from the opposite window.
Glass tables have very little visual weight, so they are ideal for smaller spaces. Even in this cozy eating area, the space feels open and
imagine what might once have been a rather plain Jane apartment space, is now turned it into something a bit single-girl glamorous. Bridget Jones would be proud! The rectilinear shape of dining table, along with the mirror, define the space as separate from the kitchen. The glass material of the table
Large mirrors or shiny surfaces create the feeling of more space by reflecting the image of more living areas. Choose a neutral palette and keep things simple and uncluttered.
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Study space, large table in center
love this idea for homework/art space in basement
Finally kids need a place to do their work. This is a lovely loft dedicated for study, but not everyone has that luxury of space. Just think where it will work for your children to study. At the kitchen table? On the floor of the living room? In a small study nook? If you have
up the main gathering space for Ranee's three kids. Tip: If you can, carve out a dedicated space for homeschooling. The physical and visual separation between the learning area and the rest of the house helps kids mentally prepare for a day's work when they enter the school space.
it's not often we grown-ups get to sit down and play with glitter and glue!Set up your space: If you have a separate crafting or play room, wonderful! But if not, don't fret — there are many other ways to sneak in space for arts and craft supplies. The dining room is often a good choice, because the table
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Flea Market Chic
It looks about the size I have available but I am not sure, how big is the space in cm and how big is the table in cm as well? Thanks
great use of space in a kitchen/diner
Like dramatic use of dark wood and playful shot of colour in the lights. Shelves behind seat back to use as a decorative space in front of the window.
Booth seating to save space. Use Ikea kitchen
crowd. Make the most of a small space with built-in benches tucked into the corner of the room. If you have a bit more space, go for a round or oval table — you will be able to seat more people. Otherwise, a rectangular table will save the most floor space.Don't waste any space: Use storage in the benches
Build seating into a cornerMake the most of a small dining space with built-in benches tucked into the corner of the room. A slim, rectangular table will allow several people to line up along it without it eating into too much floor space.
Writer's Retreat by Kriste Michelini Interiors
Hi jenelleelmore, the desk is from Ironies (http://www.ironies.com), and the designer behind this space is Kriste Michelini (http://www.houzz.com/pro/kriste-michelini/kriste-michelini-interiors). Hope this helps and thank you for your question! http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/10467179/thumbs/Glamour-
Hi tjoy, Thank you for your question. This space was designed by Kriste Michelini and the chair is the Kylsmos Chair by Ironies through Kneedler Fauchere. Read more about this year's Decorator Showcase here http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks
You're welcome! If you end up using the wallpaper, we'd love to see photos of how it looks in your space. We encourage you to share your own home: http://www.houzz.com/editorialSubmissions