Sunday, July 19, 2009

Small Living Rooms


Choose furniture that can do double duty like this ottoman.

Two trays quickly take an oversize ottoman from a casual put-your-feet-up piece to one fit for formal entertaining



Hide your clutter in undercover storage units.

For an inexpensive take on a coffee table that's flexible to move and packs hidden storage, try a pair of cubes. Children's toys can be stashed inside these wicker models for easy access and they look great in almost any room.



Use artwork to add big style to a small room.

Give artwork extra sizzle against light-reflecting white walls by layering it on top of an inexpensive painted artist's canvas.



Stick with the same colors.

Subtle tone-on-tone patterns add interest to the draperies, area rug, and sofa upholstery in this living room without making the space feel busy. "See-through" legs on the sofa, side tables, and coffee table also help keep the room's feel open and airy.



Stacking accessories can add visual interest and contain the clutter



Get creative with your artwork.

Pieces of architectural salvage add instant character to rooms, but they can be difficult to frame. Here, a painted border cleverly showcases two old ceiling tiles, turning a small corner into an attractive focal point.



Certain window treatments can make a room look bigger.

Swing-arm-rod draperies make light work of creating privacy by night and framing views by day in this living room. Symmetrically arranged furnishings and matching sets of side tables and chairs underscore the sense of calm and order



Choose lower furniture that will complement the size of the room.

The success of many small living rooms relies on smart furnishings. A pair of low chairs allows an uninterrupted view through this apartment while providing a chat-friendly seating arrangement.



Use rugs to separate the spaces.

Conquer a long, narrow living room by breaking the space into two separate seating areas.

1 comment:

Renia said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
Before visiting your blog was I wondering for a yellow chair for my living room and could not find one I liked. I spent hours looking at every furniture store within an hour radius of my home. Finally out of desperation I took a friend's advice and decided to try to buy furniture online .My friend recommended that I visit her favorite online furniture store, www.ezbuyfurniture.com.
Finally I bought my living room furniture yellow chair from www.ezbuyfurniture.com they had great selection from leading manufacturers. It is superb.!
Now I m looking for some Sofa and club chair for my new home . What brands do you offer ?

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Small Living Rooms


Choose furniture that can do double duty like this ottoman.

Two trays quickly take an oversize ottoman from a casual put-your-feet-up piece to one fit for formal entertaining



Hide your clutter in undercover storage units.

For an inexpensive take on a coffee table that's flexible to move and packs hidden storage, try a pair of cubes. Children's toys can be stashed inside these wicker models for easy access and they look great in almost any room.



Use artwork to add big style to a small room.

Give artwork extra sizzle against light-reflecting white walls by layering it on top of an inexpensive painted artist's canvas.



Stick with the same colors.

Subtle tone-on-tone patterns add interest to the draperies, area rug, and sofa upholstery in this living room without making the space feel busy. "See-through" legs on the sofa, side tables, and coffee table also help keep the room's feel open and airy.



Stacking accessories can add visual interest and contain the clutter



Get creative with your artwork.

Pieces of architectural salvage add instant character to rooms, but they can be difficult to frame. Here, a painted border cleverly showcases two old ceiling tiles, turning a small corner into an attractive focal point.



Certain window treatments can make a room look bigger.

Swing-arm-rod draperies make light work of creating privacy by night and framing views by day in this living room. Symmetrically arranged furnishings and matching sets of side tables and chairs underscore the sense of calm and order



Choose lower furniture that will complement the size of the room.

The success of many small living rooms relies on smart furnishings. A pair of low chairs allows an uninterrupted view through this apartment while providing a chat-friendly seating arrangement.



Use rugs to separate the spaces.

Conquer a long, narrow living room by breaking the space into two separate seating areas.

1 comment:

Renia said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
Before visiting your blog was I wondering for a yellow chair for my living room and could not find one I liked. I spent hours looking at every furniture store within an hour radius of my home. Finally out of desperation I took a friend's advice and decided to try to buy furniture online .My friend recommended that I visit her favorite online furniture store, www.ezbuyfurniture.com.
Finally I bought my living room furniture yellow chair from www.ezbuyfurniture.com they had great selection from leading manufacturers. It is superb.!
Now I m looking for some Sofa and club chair for my new home . What brands do you offer ?


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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Small Living Rooms


Choose furniture that can do double duty like this ottoman.

Two trays quickly take an oversize ottoman from a casual put-your-feet-up piece to one fit for formal entertaining



Hide your clutter in undercover storage units.

For an inexpensive take on a coffee table that's flexible to move and packs hidden storage, try a pair of cubes. Children's toys can be stashed inside these wicker models for easy access and they look great in almost any room.



Use artwork to add big style to a small room.

Give artwork extra sizzle against light-reflecting white walls by layering it on top of an inexpensive painted artist's canvas.



Stick with the same colors.

Subtle tone-on-tone patterns add interest to the draperies, area rug, and sofa upholstery in this living room without making the space feel busy. "See-through" legs on the sofa, side tables, and coffee table also help keep the room's feel open and airy.



Stacking accessories can add visual interest and contain the clutter



Get creative with your artwork.

Pieces of architectural salvage add instant character to rooms, but they can be difficult to frame. Here, a painted border cleverly showcases two old ceiling tiles, turning a small corner into an attractive focal point.



Certain window treatments can make a room look bigger.

Swing-arm-rod draperies make light work of creating privacy by night and framing views by day in this living room. Symmetrically arranged furnishings and matching sets of side tables and chairs underscore the sense of calm and order



Choose lower furniture that will complement the size of the room.

The success of many small living rooms relies on smart furnishings. A pair of low chairs allows an uninterrupted view through this apartment while providing a chat-friendly seating arrangement.



Use rugs to separate the spaces.

Conquer a long, narrow living room by breaking the space into two separate seating areas.

1 comment:

Renia said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
Before visiting your blog was I wondering for a yellow chair for my living room and could not find one I liked. I spent hours looking at every furniture store within an hour radius of my home. Finally out of desperation I took a friend's advice and decided to try to buy furniture online .My friend recommended that I visit her favorite online furniture store, www.ezbuyfurniture.com.
Finally I bought my living room furniture yellow chair from www.ezbuyfurniture.com they had great selection from leading manufacturers. It is superb.!
Now I m looking for some Sofa and club chair for my new home . What brands do you offer ?