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Designing In Large Spaces

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Designing In Large Spaces

Often times we read through magazines or visit websites that teach us how to design a small space. However, many people have homes where the size of the space is quite large. So...what do you do? Do you stick a chair in the corner to fill the space? Do you center your furniture around a fireplace and leave the rest of the space empty? The key to designing a large space is to not add useless objects to fill the room, each part of a room should have a purpose and be used, and to group seating areas. (ABOVE) This is a perfect example of grouping seating areas. The Brutalist style lamps are impeccable. In addition, I love the chandelier and rounded arm chairs. This space has the perfect amount of creativity and surprise! (BELOW 1) Incorporating a table with chairs in a large living space will add dual functionality. (BELOW 2) I like how designer Thomas Britt did not clutter this space. The round black table on the right is brilliant, it creates a beautiful contrast with the pink walls. You can add as little or as much to your space as you want. Don't follow rules, just do.

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At November 23, 2011 at 8:07 AM , OpenID said...

Love the large windows in the first Elle Decor pic.
x katrina


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