“Bigger” doesn’t always mean “Better.” Think outside the Floor Plan room labels. Your Dining Room can be used for something else if you don’t need a Dining Room!
The items you want to keep in a room will determine your color palette, as will the flooring, AND the contents of adjacent rooms.
What works best for you may not be how the furniture is “packaged” at the store. Many furniture stores want to sell you groupings that make it easy for them to sell, but may not be the pieces you need, or that will fit in your room. Contents and layout are particular to each family. There is no “one size fits all” in Interior Design!
You have a collection you’d like to display, but don’t know how to maximize its beauty. Or you have empty walls and don’t know what to hang on them. Do you have framed art that looks “tired?” It can be refreshed by changing the matting and/or frame. And remember: “Art” doesn’t have to be a signed original—it can be a $10 poster or a painting your child created. Accessories can be silk plants, knick-knacks, mementos from your travels, sculpture, figurines, or anything else you like to look at.
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