By Bernie Sabol. interior. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 03:09:57 AM.
Putting them in a modern frame can keep family history alive or celebrate a past era without overwhelming the overall room design.Antiques with a timeless cultural feel to them. like oriental ceramics or Victorian teacups. are best served in a modern-looking curio so that they are on display in an updated way.
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.
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.
This creative design combines a play area with a study desk. This is more of a designated playroom. but it shows how a basketball hoop placed in the home can turn any space into a play space. Image: Minchew and CompanyHere's a design that makes clever use of some previously unused under-stair space for a play area. A child's loft bed adds storage and play space.