By Bernie Sabol. interior. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 16:11:35 PM.
Taking a minimalist approach to each room in your home may seem counterintuitive when attempting to update your space. but. in reality. less is truly more when creating a luxury home.Consider getting rid of unnecessary furniture. Bulky footrests or extra side tables add to the clutter. If it doesn't have a real function. let it go. and let your statement pieces have the space to make a statement.
The spaces below make great use of combining the kitchen space and eating area into one room. It's an especially good idea for small spaces or smaller home floorplans. since it cuts out the need for another whole separate room. It also means no one is cut off from the crowd while cooking.This design combines sitting space at an island and a dining table right off the kitchen for an area with plenty of seating.
It's time to do a little weekend organization. Don't sweat making the guest room perfect. As long as it's clean. relatively clutter-free and features a nicely dressed bed and one nightstand. most guests will be happy. And anyway. you don't want them to stay forever. right? Here are the steps:Declutter the room first to decide what stays and what goes.
A sleek. modern wall space is a great place to hide a bed. This photo shows how well a loft bed and small sofa go together. Integrated home officesHome offices are the trickiest beasts to wrangle into a small space. There's something that feels distinctly luxurious about them. possibly due to the belief that home offices are reserved for people with a bedroom (or bedrooms) to spare.