By Carmine Pasley. interior. Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 14:11:46 PM.
This cozy family room with curvy seating looks—and feels—very relaxing. The ottoman does double duty. serving as a foot stool or coffee table. This cozy den features a rotating bubble chair. plush rug and plenty of oversized floor cushions. which can be placed in front of the fire for lounging.Although the large chaise sectional is cozy. the most popular seats in the house are the two ceiling-mounted swings.
The higher a light is hung. the more it's able to simulate natural light. Recessed lighting is a huge help in adding brightness. You don't have to limit that light to your ceilings. either. Build recessed lighting into cabinets to add even more warmth.Light curtains hung high on the wall maximizes natural light.2. Minimize your window coverings
A small sofa could go under that awkward outcropping. That corner behind the chair could be home to a floor lamp.Unused floor space under the stairs? Get creative! We've seen everything from chairs and reading lights. customized bookshelves. foldout desks. and TVs added to this space. Of course. a much more common (but much less fun) use for this space is basic storage.
Don't think of loft beds as simply college dormitory staples: there are some stunning styles made for “grown-up” spaces. Hoisting the bed off of the floor adds a new dimension of unused floor space you can fill with a reading nook. a writing desk or a sofa.