By Haywood Enderle. interior. Published at Sunday, July 01st, 2018 - 07:56:35 AM.
If you'd like to take a more advanced approach. you can compile groups of similar items. then arrange those groups in three. Note the coffee table in the picture above. Although full. it keeps from looking cluttered by leveraging the rule of three. The top of the table has three distinct groups: books. other. books. Mix and match textures to give your couch a warm and cozy feel. Three textures. three times the fun
There are many areas in your floor space you might view as completely useless. For instance. you may have a little floor space under an outcrop from the wall. Or maybe there is some floor space between two support beams. or a corner behind a chair.The truth is. these spaces have plenty of potential. For instance. a small table could go between support beams. creating an instant display area. storage space or worktable.
Don't limit yourself to the walls of your home. If you have outdoor space. use it. Setting out a few chairs where you can relax and enjoy the balmy spring evenings expands your living space to the outdoors. where you'll find an abundance of brightness. You get extra points if you can set up your outdoor living area near an indoor one. Leaving the door open between the spaces connects the two. bringing that fresh feeling of the outdoors in.
You can add new legs to couches and dressers. lifting them off the ground to add more breathing room around your furniture. Swap out clunky desk. coffee table. and dining table legs for something that can carry the weight of your furniture without adding visual weight to the room. like hairpin legs.Plants add vibrancy to any room.6. Decorate with plants