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|Display Name:||Vera Sant Fournier|
. . .I will disagree on some of the points you have mentioned - first of all having a small space does not mean having everything else small . . . having to furnish a small space means intelligence and style! Small spaces can look all the more interesting & charming, done correctly.As an Interior Designer myself (Residential, commercial & Yacht) I find that large key pieces add impact and drama - they help the eyes focus more on whats there then whats not (space) obviously one would have to limit a size of a sofa accordingly- that's plain logic! But the worst thing one can do in a small space is clutter it with small furniture, when you do this you tend to create clutter and make the eyes go all over the place, you will feel confused and you wont create that sanctuary feel of your home. Dark walls - I disagree as well! & I also recommend painting the ceiling a couple of shades darker then white as white is more stark and will still give you that impact contrast you don't want! Compromise on size not style!!!
Can You Have Big Furniture in a Small Space?
|4/19/11 6:53 AM|