Move over feature walls – it's all about the floor now. A bold, vibrant design underfoot can make all the difference when it comes to executing an impressive interior scheme.
It’s not as much about where you put your furniture as it is about the types of pieces you choose.
Mirrors can also be used to make a small space feel larger. For larger rooms, or any room with a more limited amount of natural light, mirrors placed directly across from the windows, will add instant light.
In a small powder room without much access to natural light—for example, a windowless space under the stairs—embrace the moodier, edgier atmosphere with darker tones and dim lighting.
Decorating a small half-bath so that it is more than utilitarian or same-old-same-old without overpowering it is tricky. Try adding small touches that have more impact. Start with a contrasting accent wall, and then add shelving to make space for decorative accents mixed with bathroom essentials.
You’re dealing with a small space, so don’t be afraid to be bold. One of the easiest ways to make a big statement is with a bold color.
Make an impact without too much commitment with removable wallpaper. When you're tired of the look, just replace it with a different pattern or paint.
Hanging a graphic quilt is an easy solution to the “big blank wall” issue. Complementary bed linens pull the decor together.
Filling a wall with stylish decor doesn’t have to be complicated. Paint simple designs on canvases, like stripes or polka dots, then frame them to create a chic gallery wall.
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