Marcia NYC's Profile
|Display Name:||Marcia NYC|
Charming space! But I tend to agree with others about separating the bedroom area a little more. I'd suggest turning the bed and having the headboard on the white wall in that area, so it won't extend as much into the kitchen are physically or visually. If it is not possible to move the wall near the living room area to the bedroom side, which I agree would be a good solution, then consider moving the kitchen shelving unit to the other side of the kitchen to separate the kitchen and bed a little. Might want to get another one of those and/or put something colorful on the back of them to create a wall-like structure. Then I'd switch the dining table and the desk, so the desk is part of the bedroom area and the dining table is moved into the kitchen area. I also think you could try the bedroom up front where the living room area is (so what if the entrance is there, as you see the bed on the other side, too), as that would be cozy and near your bathroom/dressing area (as best I can deduce) and the back area would give you a bigger living room area. Last suggestion, I'd put the two rose chairs together with the sofa, so you have a full living room area and use another chair for the bedroom area. They are beautiful chairs, but should be paired together!
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|7/17/14 01:37 AM|
Either the orange sofa or the carpet has to go. I say ditch the carpet and keep the funky orange sofa. It has character. Clean off the white sofa of all extraneous stuff and get it out of the room while you are working on it. Then put that orange pillow on the sofa. Move the white sofa to the long wall where the TV is now and have it next to the white floor lamp, which will complement it.
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|7/25/12 03:42 AM|