You can't just jam the end of the sofa right up against the wall even if you have no room. You need a little space there. You don't want your room to look crowded.
Here's what to do in order to gain that idea of roominess you're looking for. Position one of these bright beauties between the arm of your sofa and wall:
A floor lamp.
It will create the illusion that there’s more space there than meets the eye.
It will give some height and illumination and provide separation.
You'll get the sense that there just might be a table there after all.
So, when you don’t have space for a proper end table and you want your small space to seem larger...
Try a floor lamp
These tricks I'm about to show you can be applied to any type of room.
However, in a bathroom, they are particularly important.
There are soooo many choices these days for pendant lighting over kitchen islands. It's difficult to know how to choose which one would work best in your kitchen. Want some guidelines and suggestions for how to choose? I've got some right here.......
Most of the projects we have right now are remodels, so I'm not really on the hunt for any particular furnishings items these days.
However, I do love to be inspired.
One of the best parts of any interior design job is getting to photograph your work once it's finished. It’s fun for all of us!
This has to be the most photographed product from KBIS last year. It was all over Instagram during and after the show. What will be the "it" product to capture this year? Next week!!!
Without much storage or organization, this home office was not a desireable place to spend time, much less concentrate on work.
This is likely the worst, most random placement of lighting I've ever seen. All I could think of was…
There is no way to see everything Ikea has to offer, whether you’re in the store, online, or flipping through their catalog. It’s too overwhelming. However, there’s always been a few particular products that I love the most.
I’m a fan of good, quality lighting. And you probably are, too. After all...
There are certain ways builders/remodelers deal with this on a project. And if you’re not in the know, you just might make a mistake that could cost you some time and money. I’m talking about...