By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 05:42:23 AM.
Rugs come in all shapes and sizes, which is convenient when you want to designate zones within your home. The spot next to an entryway table, for example, can become its own unit regardless of how large or invisible the actual architectural design of your entryway. Visual cues like this go a long way in bringing larger spaces down to more manageable and comfortable ones…and they don’t have to break the bank.
Got a mirror that you don’t use? Throw some handles on the side and turn it into a tray. Got a plate or bowl or frame that’s just gathering dust? Have some mirrored glass cut to fit and turn it into a mirror to hang on the wall. Repurposing objects not only extends their life, it also enhances your enjoyment of the thing in your space.
his low-cost solution to many side table-lacking ailments is both style- and space-savvy. Soft surfaces, such as poufs and upholstered ottomans, can serve double duty as comfortable seating without a tray, and as legit table surfaces with a tray. Trays come in all shapes, sizes, materials, colors, and styles, and of course there are plenty of cheap and/or DIY options.
While it doesn’t make much financial sense to start up a collection just so you can display it in your décor, this strategy is a win-win for the decorating collector. Display any number of collectibles on your walls, in frames, or on shelves in your space to serve as beautiful and inexpensive visual cues and great conversation starters.
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