The home of Karlijn and PieterScandinavian Living Room, Amsterdam
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It’s amazing how much function is packed into a miniature stool. The example here shows how a tiny stool takes the place of a coffee table, creating an airy living space while also providing a spot for a drink, a place to rest one’s feet or an extra seat when the party arrives.
Mixing window treatments in the same room. If you have radiators under just some windows in your room, one option is to treat the windows differently. Take this space, for example: Roller shades are used on the windows with radiators, while drapers are used for the glass doors. When mixing window treatments, make sure the colors and patterns coordinate — when in doubt, keep things simple with white and solid neutrals.Consult a local window treatment pro to find a solution for youTell us: Do you have radiators beneath windows in your home? How do you deal with them? Share a photo of your window in the Comments.More:How to Get Your Window Treatment RightHow to Choose the Right Window Treatment