Decorating Small Spaces: 7 Bold Design Elements to Try in Your Hallways
Hallways don’t tend to get much design love when it comes to our homes, with us usually giving a lot more attention, money and energy to the other rooms in our homes. But they can be places greatly improved by a little design attention, and make your whole home feel full and finished! Make or buy narrow bookshelves to line the walls of your hallway, like seen in this hallway on Homebunch.
Small Space Secrets: Go Long and Low with a Console
Today we’re continuing our series of clever little hacks for small spaces. This one may seem a bit counterintuitive: when it comes to small spaces, we usually think about small furniture — and going vertical. But a long, low console is a great way to visually extend a room, take advantage of a space underneath windows that otherwise would go unused, and add a whole whole lot of storage to boot.
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7 Ways to Fit a Workspace into a Small Space
In a small apartment, you might not have the luxury of having an entirely separate room to use as a study — but that doesn’t mean you can’t carve out a little space for working and creating at home. Here are seven ideas. Above: I love the workspace solution in this apartment from Homepolish. A wall-mounted console that runs the length of the room serves as both desk and display space and provides a generous work area.
unexpected with wood - la la Lovely
two design elements i love to incorporate are, unexpected elements and wood to warm things up. loving this wooden sink and hidden wooden bench.
For the past couple of weeks I have been busy. Busy creating that is. I was contacted by a woman through Etsy about a local art show...called Art & Whimsy...for a "ladies night out" event showcasing woman artists and designers...