By . Living Room. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 13:50:35 PM.
Speaking of brightening up a room, be careful with your light fixture choices. Go for transparent fixtures that diffuse light over the whole room. Table and floor lamps might look cute, but they take up unnecessary space so try sconces instead. That way you can light up the corners of the room, taking advantage of every inch of it, without cluttering up the floor or surfaces.
There are certain rooms that look particularly rich, interesting and balanced. While interior design can not be boiled down into a formula or specific steps, layering is the key to an exquisite room. The challenge in design is to encourage all of the elements to interact together in a unique and inviting way. The elements of design are like the language of a room. Each corner should pull you in.
Display as centrepiece. Tables and cabinets are the best areas of your home that can be easily decorated with house plants. They are meant to be studded with a beautiful centrepiece, and what can be better than sparkling natural indoor plants placed on them. Some of the best indoor plants like cactus will add oodles of elegance and style to your tables and its interiors.
If you have a compact space, not only should everything you put in there have a function, it should have two. Get end tables and coffee tables that also have room for storage. You do not have room for a side table and a bookshelf, so make one item serve both functions. When you are buying a bed, get one with drawers underneath or one thats high enough off the ground to store things under. Maximize the space you have. When you are buying a couch, consider getting a pull out so you can have a comfortable place for people to sleep if you have guests stay over. Another tip on storage: go for things that have doors. Clutter can make even the biggest of spaces look cramped, so hide it all away with a smooth exterior. Open shelves look nice in magazines, but you just know they’ll look cluttered and at the very least, dusty within a week or two.
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