By . interior. Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 23:03:02 PM.
You can also place antiques in an inconspicuous area. like on a floating shelf. There they accent the design of the room rather than dominate and potentially clash with it. Placing an antique on a bookshelf can also work. By placing it next to a row of books. it doesn't stick out as much but still reminds you of an era you may be fond of.
Kitchens with islands become both dining room and workstation. Offices double as guest bedrooms. Due to constrained space. some smaller homes require you to combine room functionality.Looking for a little inspiration in creating your own multifunctional room? Below are some of our favorite examples.
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.
The most direct approach for decorating with antiques is an overall retro design. The photo above shows some creative ways to place old retro pieces. The worn luggage in the corner adds a traditional travel theme; old centerpieces highlight the coffee table; classic art adorns the walls; retro floor lamps add to the vibe.Also. remember fabric styles and opt for retro patterns like large. ornate flowers.