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  • 03/04/2014 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 1 Comment
    5 Ways To Pull It All Together

    Does your room just never feel right? There are a few simple things to consider that could make all the difference in your space! 

    1. If your living room is small buy furniture with exposed legs, the more floor space you can see, the more spacious your room will feel. Additionally, having a coffee table with a glass insert in the top minimizes the table’s appearance.

    2. When using an area rug, the front legs of the sofa should be placed on the front edge of the rug. This connects the furniture pieces and brings everything together. It’s also perfectly acceptable to put an area rug on top of wall to wall carpet, it’s a great way to add color and texture!

    via RealSimple

    3. Hang artwork between 60″ – 66″ from the floor to the center of the piece of art. This will put the center of the piece at an average eye height making it appealing for all who view it.

    4. Don’t over crowd the space. Not just in quantity of furniture but also with size. Be mindful of the scale of the furniture versus the size of the room.

    5. Bookcases are another area that have a tendency to get crowded. Just because they have space, doesn’t mean it needs to be filled! Combining items of different colors and textures creates visual interest while leaving space around items will give you a cleaner look.

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  • 01/03/2014 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Color of 2014 Announced!!

    And the color of the year is… Radiant Orchid!! (Pantone – 18-3224)

    It may look like a tricky color to incorporate but it can actually be pretty diverse. On the surface it seems like a very feminine, flowery color but depending on how it’s used it can be trendy, sophisticated, subtle, bold, and even masculine!

    Let’s start with extreme! For a super bold room that’s trendy and fun, use Radiant Orchid monochromatically (various shades of the same color). Sure it’s a commitment, but whoa, what a way to go!

    Adding straight lines as in this couch and chair, and a geometric rug gives you a bold, modern look that is both masculine and feminine.

    If you’re looking for less commitment, use Radiant Orchid and similar shades more sparingly with grays, beiges, whites, and metallic tones. These pairings give Radiant Orchid a sophisticated look and tone down it’s feminine qualities.

    Still not sure about this color? Start small. The nice thing about any ‘color of the year’ is that you’ll be able to find it everywhere! Start with hand towels, accessories, or throw pillows – things that require less commitment!

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  • 11/18/2013 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Break the ‘Rules’!

    You’ve heard the old adage, rules are made to be broken? Well this most definitely applies to the design world too! Don’t limit your space by complying with so-called design rules. Every space is unique and different and shouldn’t be held back because of silly antiquated rules. However, it is important to know some of these rules, but only so you know how to break them!

    Rule 1: Paint small rooms a light shade.

    Break it! – Never let a room size dictate or limit the color palette. While painting a small room a light shade may give the appearance the room is bigger, you’re not really fooling anyone! Your brain already knows the size of a room when you enter it, don’t try to trick it, it’s smarter than you give it credit for! Work with what you have, not what you wish you had. Painting a small room a darker shade will create a dramatic, visually interesting space. What makes a small room feel small is not the wall color, but the size of furniture, how many chachkies you have around, and how filled the space is.

    Rule 2: Don’t mix metals

    Break it! – What used to be considered a design faux pas is now looked at as chic and classy! Mixing metals in a room helps to make the items stand out and also look like they were collected over time and have meaning, not newly purchased. Combining cool silvers with warm brass, gold, copper, or bronze tones adds visual interest by creating "layers". By sticking to just one metal in a room your treasured pieces will go unnoticed. Let them shine!

    Rule 3: Small Space, Small Print

    Break it! – Wallpaper is coming back in a big way, especially in powder rooms, as an accent wall, or other small space. Wallpaper of today is not what it once was. It’s very artistic and tactile. I’m frequently asked, "since this room is so small, shouldn’t the wallpaper also have a small print?" You want the wallpaper in these small spaces to be the room! A small print will get lost and look blah, where a big print shows intention and makes a statement. When executed properly, you’ll create a dramatic effect. This not only applies to wallpaper, but fabric as well.

    Rule 4: Don’t combine old and new

    Break it! – Mixing antiques with contemporary pieces creates great juxtaposition in a room. The proper mix of old and new styles will give your room personality while being personal, as well as give your antiques new life!

    Rule 5: Don’t mix patterns

    Break it! – Mixing patterns is a little trickier to execute than some of the other ideas above, but with thought and a plan, mixing patterns can give a room a lot of character. A few things to keep in mind for combining patterns is to change the scale of the pattern between pieces. If all of the patterns are small for example, this will create a busy look. Also, to avoid being too distracting, the patterns should have a white/negative space background so your eyes have a resting place.

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  • 05/29/2013 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Bringing Back the Classics

    You’ve heard the phrase "just wait 20 years, that trend will come back!" And they do, but it’s important to keep in mind, not without some modification and updating!

    Here are 4 classic trends making a comeback!

    1. Antique gold and brass. This is a timeless classic metallic coming back in a more muted tone. Not the same brass of the 80s and early 90s, but a duller less harsh version. You may have some old frames that you took down at the turn of the century because they were looking rather dated. Well, now’s the time to dig them out. Too shiny? Just Google "Brass too shiny" and see great methods for taking down the shine and giving an aged look. Arranging frames in groupings rather than one here, and one there, will help create a visually interesting theme!

    bhg.com

    2. Lace. Slowly but surely lace is creeping back in. Now wait! Don’t run and grab the old lace table cloth and throw it on the dining room table. It’s important to give lace an updated look so as not to look like your grandmother’s attic. Pair lace with things that are modern like bold colors and and other patterns. Use it on a wall or as a motif on a piece of furniture.

    3. Sunburst Mirrors. These are really unique and are a nice addition to your decor. If you have one flaunt it, if you want one, a simple Google search will turn you on to hundreds! I haven’t found 2 alike styles yet. These are also really hot in the antique gold finish too!

    4. Peacock. This motif has been gaining popularity for a little while now. The peacock can thank the coordinating jewel tone colors emerald, teal, and "peacock" blue for becoming such a huge hit over the last few years. Consider it a sassy animal print! Make it fresh by pairing it with yellow or lime green.

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  • 04/04/2013 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 19 Comments
    10 Ideas for Easy Bathroom Living!

    If you’re remodeling, updating, or just wanting a little change in your bathroom, here are some things to consider that can make your life a little easier!

    1. Need a new faucet? Look for a single handle goose neck. The single handle allows you to easily keep the hot and cold setting to where you find it comfortable without fooling around with separate hot and cold knobs. Also, it’s one item to clean instead of three and it’s easy to clean all the way around! The goose neck also allows more room for washing your hands without the faucet interfering.

    2. Change the roll with ease with this Moen lift arm holder. No fussing with springs and parts, just lift the arm, add the roll, and put the arm down, done! Find it here

    3. These Moen shower curtain rings glide easily along the bar and the double sided hooks make it easy to have a curtain plus a liner without having to take both off to wash just one, and hooks means there’s no clasp to fuss with. What’s more, one hook is lower than the other so that the liner will never show above the outer curtain!

    4. Need more elbow room in the shower? Switch to a curved shower curtain rod. In a narrow shower, those extra few inches make all the difference! (They should have used the curtain rings from above  )

    5. Not just your ordinary soap dispenser. This Cuisipro foaming soap dispenser is one of my most favorite things ever. It has a suction cup bottom to keep it in place and the design also allows you to get every drop of soap out! There’s a measuring guide on the back to make any liquid soap a foaming soap by adding water. (I don’t recommend putting soap in that has any kind of scrubbing crystals/beads, they will clog it and render your new, most prized possession useless – ask me how I know. ) Cuisipro offers a variety of colors and other styles too. (Don’t forget to get one for the kitchen too.)

    6. Top Down, Bottom Up… shade that is. This is perfect for a bathroom – you can still maintain privacy and allow light in. I’ve ordered from here before with no issues and installed it myself! They also open and close with nothing more than slight finger pressure.

    7. Swap out your old wall mount shower head for a handheld. I like this because it also doubles as an easy way to spray down the shower for cleaning and washing the dog too!

    8. Soft close toilet seat – ok, you don’t have to have it, but if you’re in the market for a new seat anyway, this one is comparable to a standard seat price, and you’ll never have to hear the seat bang again! Just tap the top forward with a finger, and down she goes, nice and easy like. This Kohler model has an quick release clip so you can remove the whole seat easily to clean in those hard to reach crevices in the back.

    9. Bathroom motion lights – sure, why not? I swapped out our standard switch with a motion sensor switch on the main lighting. This has worked out really well for several reasons. At night, there’s no fumbling to find the switch, as soon as you cross the threshold, on comes the light. Hands full or dirty and you try to get the switch with your elbow? No need with the motion sensor. The great thing about it is you can set an internal timer so it’s not just on for long periods of time with no one in there. And, you can adjust the sensitivity so it doesn’t come on when the room is filled with natural light. Most bathrooms have a separate shower light, and for that I’d keep a standard switch for so you don’t get stuck in the dark! On this Leviton model below, (you can get it at The Home Depot) there is also an on/off override as well.

    10. Getting the most out of your vanity – If you are considering a new vanity, look for one with a few added features. This one is 36″ tall (standard height is typically 30″) making it more comfortable to stand and bend over at. It is also deeper than a traditional vanity allowing for more storage space. The best feature; the drawer on the bottom gives you an additional separate storage area for things like hairdriers, curling irons, brushes, lint brushes, even spare rolls of toilet paper.

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  • 02/09/2013 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Color, what does it all mean?

    Have you ever entered a room and immediately felt a certain way – cozy, relaxed, peaceful, anxious? Believe it or not, each color has properties that can affect your mood, as well as alleviate some ailments, and aggravate others!

    Red – creates drama. If you’re not sure about painting a whole room red, using red as an accent might be a good starting point. Or, consider using different shades of red instead of a true saturated red to see how you react to this color. Red can alleviate a head cold, muscle aches, and some circulatory problems, it can also boost your energy level. However, if you have problems with anger, insomnia, high blood pressure, or heart problems, red can aggravate them more.

    Yellow – brings joy, happiness, and raises spirits. As with red, strong hues of yellow can be overwhelming, you may find that softer shades are appropriate for your home. It is found that yellow is beneficial for mental activity as it focuses the brain, helps with concentration, and improves memory. It can also aid in digestion making it a good choice for a kitchen, or eating area. Surround yourself with yellow to alleviate fatigue, mental strain or depression, but if you possess aggression, hyperactivity or insomnia, yellow can aggravate these.

    Green – think of nature; life, freshness, and relaxation. Consider green in a space where you want to relax. Green can relieve stress, hypertension and alleviate allergies and asthma! You’ve heard the phrase "green with envy"? Be mindful that green can aggravate jealousy and resentment.

    Blue – relaxing and serene. Blue can aid in recovery, enhance learning, and allow clearer thinking. Add blue to a room where you want to alleviate insomnia, anxiety, and build self-confidence. Because blue is a "cool" color, if you find you are typically chilly, surrounding yourself in blue might aggravate this, and can also make you feel sad and isolated.

    Purple – inspiring. If you feel like you need more creativity, motivation, or spiritual direction, purple may be for you. It can also alleviate slow-wittedness, and depression. It has been found however, that purple can aggravate shyness, alienation, emotional problems and addictive personalities.

    To learn more about how colors can make you feel check out the book The Complete Color Directory by Alice Westgate.

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  • 12/11/2012 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    12 Tips of Christmas

    Christmas is officially upon us so I thought it would be fun to offer 12 tips for decorating your home.
    ~ Happy Holidays, everyone!!

    Tip 8 – Ornaments aren’t just for trees! Think about a few areas in your home that could use a little extra Holiday sparkle. Hang them from chandeliers, hang a cluster in a bare corner from the ceiling, hang them in windows and doorways. Click here for inspiration!!

    Tip 7 – Try using the greeting cards you receive as part of your holiday decor. Here’s one idea, hang them in a "tree". These branches were collected after wind knocked them to the ground, spray painted white, and arranged in a vase. They are actually on this mantel year round, but at Christmastime each branch is decorated with small silver and gold balls, and greeting cards (as they come in the mail) are hung with brown ribbon.

    Tip 6 – Don’t overlook the small spaces! Simple touches in small nooks of your home like entry ways or sitting areas help to carry Holiday Cheer throughout your home!

    photo via HGTV

    Tip 5 – if you’re having a party for 30 or for 3 don’t forget to dress up your dining room table. This will set the mood for all of your guests and get them in the holiday spirit. As a matter of fact, you can even apply the previous tips to come up with ideas for your holiday table. It will also be easier to execute your design by first thinking of a theme and color scheme for your table. Here are few pictures to help get the ball rolling.

    Tip 4 – Centerpiece ideas!! And, don’t stop at dining room table, create them for the mantel or a table in the hallway. Click here for easy-to-make centerpieces (and inexpensive for the most part). Many of these centerpieces can be created using items you already have around your home.

    Tip 3 – Decorate with ribbon – Try mixing things up this year by decorating with ribbon instead of the traditional greenery. Using ribbon is softer and lighter creating a subtle, elegant look. You can mix colors and sheen, add in a strand of beads, even mini lights. Using three ribbons of different colors and widths and arranging them at different heights will add visual interest. If you’re swagging it on a railing, try adding ornaments, pine cones, bows, or other things at the top points of each swag. Also, try adding ribbon to your mantle decorations.

    Tip 2 – Decorate with a theme! I remember my grandmother decorating her tree in seashells and other oceanic flare. Don’t just stop at the Christmas tree, carry it throughout your home – a dining room is another great place to deck for Christmas. Decorating with a theme in mind will help with continuity and flow from room to room. Each room doesn’t have to be over the top, create small vignettes in smaller places like bathrooms and hallways. Include your theme in your upcoming holiday party as well. Having a theme starts a great tradition that your holidays guests will look forward to each year.

    For theme ideas check out this site.

    via australiaentertains.com

    Tip 1 – Ever see pictures in magazines this time of year of beautiful rooms decorated for Christmas and wonder how you can make your home look like it was right out of a magazine? One trick is to make sure your Christmas decorating color scheme matches the same color scheme in your home. Just because the traditional red and green scream Christmas doesn’t mean those are your only options. If you’re stumped by this, remember that Gold, Silver and other metallics are very Christmas-y as well. Look around your room(s), what colors or metalics can you build on?

    Via Decorating in Silver for Christmas (about.com)

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  • 11/28/2012 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 264 Comments
    Accentuate a Mistake

    A friend of mine recently reminded me of a great little tip when it comes to painting a room. When you’re looking for an inspiring new paint color at your local hardware store, ask the sales associate if they have any paint cans that have been returned – they are happy to get rid of them at little cost to you, how does as little as $5 a gallon sound? These are cans that have been mixed wrong or were simply brought back by the buyer who had a change of heart. Now, I know what you’re thinking, how awful are these colors? Keep an open mind, I’m a firm believer in every color having its place space! And, using more than one of these colors opens up even more possibilities. A great way to use these "oops" colors is on an accent wall.

    Accent walls have been popular for some time now because it is a quick and easy way to breathe new life into a room while adding visual interest and style. As we all know, trends are ever changing and so are the rules for accent walls. Take your accent wall one step further by adding more visual interest by framing it in with molding, or creating a stripe using more than one "oops" color, and don’t overlook those bright and wild "oops" colors.

    Check out this Pinterest board for out of the box idea for your next accent wall.

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  • 09/22/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Make a small space spacious with the right furniture

    In previous tips I discussed many ways to make your room feel bigger from being mindful of scale and paint colors to window treatment tricks. But the tricks don’t end there!

    If you have a small space, take a living room for example, and are on the hunt for the right furniture, remember that the more space you see, the more spacious the room will feel. By this I mean instead of a couch and chairs that go to floor, find ones with exposed legs, this will help minimize the size of the furniture and visually maximize your space.  Go for a glass top coffee table instead of solid wood, when you can see the floor, the table will feel like less of an obstruction. Swap out a bookcase for floating wall mount shelves. Finally, find lamps with slender bases for your end tables.

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  • 09/08/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Take it to Greater Heights

    If you look around your room and feel like the ceiling seems low, or the room just feels squaty, look to the windows! Many times this problem can be solved by raising curtains and drapes above the window trim. Just because your window ends at a certain height doesn’t mean that your window treatments have to be hung from that height. The same is true of curtain length. Instead of the curtain ending at the sill, consider buying a longer curtain that extends to the floor or just above the floor. Additionally, overdoing it with window treatments by adding too many things – like having a drape and swag together, that cover parts of the window will cause some rooms to look smaller too.

    Why does this work? Because you’ll be creating a tall vertical line, allowing your eye to travel the whole height of the room. Just like wearing vertical stripes to make you look taller, your room can look taller by lengthening vertical elements like curtains.

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  • 08/24/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Is your theme extreme?

    A few weeks back I discussed the idea of "less is more" in relation to furniture. I’d like to expand on that principle and apply it to a whole room. More times than not I have a client that has chosen a theme for a room and has taken it to extreme! Don’t get me wrong, I love a theme in a room but there has to be a stopping point. Just because you love purple doesn’t mean every wall, every piece of trim, the pillows, the accessories, etc. need  to be purple. Or, just because you love leopard print doesn’t mean that every time you see it in a new accessory you have to buy it and add it to your room.

    Just as it’s important not to stuff a room with furniture, it’s equally as important to not go overboard with a theme. Many think that by adding to a theme the room looks more pulled together, actually, the opposite is true. Going extreme on a theme will look messy, incoherent and cluttered.

    How to know if your theme has gone extreme

    1. When someone comes into your home they say something like "Wow, you like frogs!" (or whatever your theme is)

    2. Every time you are out you pick up something new that corresponds with your theme, and have for years!

    3. There’s no place left to put anything in your room. At every turn there is a theme related item.

    4. Friends and family keep buying you gifts that go with your theme.

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  • 08/03/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    The Right Dimension

    To make each room comfortable without wasting space, here are some rules of thumb you can follow for various clearances and dimensions to use in different rooms.

    Dining room – if no one needs to pass behind a person seated at the table, the table can be placed 32″ from the wall to the edge of the table. If it is necessary to be able to pass the seated diner, 36″ will be enough room to edge behind, while 44″ will allow enough room to walk behind. To calculate what size dining table to purchase, consider a minimum width of 24″ per seated diner at the table.

    Bedroom – allow a minimum of 15″ on either side of the bed for making it and a minimum of 36″ of clearance from the foot of the bed to the wall or furniture piece on the wall across from the foot of the bed. If you have a room with twin beds be sure to leave a minimum of 30″ between beds.

    Living Room – the coffee table should be placed 12″ in front of the couch. For heavy traffic to pass behind a couch allow for 36″ of clear space to do so. About 36″ is required for a person to extend their legs in front of them while seated.

    Home Office – Position the working side of a desk 36″ from the wall or other furniture piece so that the desk chair can move around with ease. The same goes for the front side of the desk to a wall or furniture piece if placing guest chairs in front of a desk for clients to sit.

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  • 08/03/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Breathe easy, easy

    Have you been thinking about "going green" but aren’t sure where to start? Next time you want to paint a room in your home consider a low or no VOC paint. It’s an easy place to start, and an easy way to start eliminating offgassing chemicals from your home.

    VOCs are Volitile Oragnic Compounds emited as gases and include a variety of chemicals which can have short term and long term health effects such as  respiratory, skin, and eye irritation; headaches; nausea; muscle weakness; and more serious ailments and diseases, according to the EPA

    To get you started, here’s a list of companies that are now carrying low or no VOC paints (clicking titles will open link in new window or tab)

    Pittsburgh Paints

    Benjamin Moore

    Sherwin Williams

    Dutch Boy

    Safecoat

    Bioshield

    Take a look at eartheasy for a more in depth look and other brands!

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  • 08/02/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Less is More!

    Sometimes less really is more! I’ve noticed in many homes that people have this tendency to stuff all kinds of furniture into rooms. It seems to have happened gradually, a simple living room set will turn into a living room set plus some extra chairs that were found at a tag-sale, then comes a desk, a piano and the room fills and fills and fills. Most of the time my clients’ response is, well we have it, we have to use is!

    If you feel like your rooms are getting smaller, take a look around and see how much furniture is in there. Think about what you use the room for and exactly what furniture is needed to achieve that function. For example, you probably don’t need a desk in your dining room.

    After you’ve decided what you must have in the space, eliminate the furniture that doesn’t follow the room’s function. Now, consider how the remaining furniture is arranged. Sometimes just changing around a few pieces will give your room a better feel.

    Keeping additional seating in a living room if you entertain frequently is OK. Instead of trying to work it into the main living room furniture, think about making a separate, intimate seating area in front or near the fireplace for example, so that you can use it when you want to read a book on a chilly winter night, but also can easily be incorporated into the rest of the furniture when entertaining and more seating is needed.

    It is also OK to part with furniture! Many don’t like the thought of just getting rid of their furniture, but if it’s not helping to create a nice, relaxing environment, it’s time to let it go. Keep the things that are meaningful to you and functional in the space, and put the rest in the summer tag-sale!

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  • 08/02/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Accent Color

    You’ve finally selected a room color, you march confidently towards the clerk at the paint counter, you unflinchingly hold your color swatch high and proudly call out "One gallon of Cranberry Zing, please!!" Less amused is the clerk who replies "what finish?" Drat, you were so close. What finish? You know there’s probably a right answer but it escapes you now…

    Never fear! The answer is here!

    Flat – This has no sheen. It is best for a ceiling because it is not reflective. In most cases you do not want a reflective ceiling. Also, in not having any sheen to it, the appearance of dings or dents in the surface will be minimized. The downside is, it does not wipe clean as easily as a paint with a higher sheen to it, however, how dirty does your ceiling really get?

    Eggshell – This is my personal favorite for walls. This has a small amount of sheen giving the paint a little more depth and richness. It is easier to clean than a flat finish and because the sheen isn’t too much, imperfections on the wall will not show as much as would with a glossier finish.

    Satin – has a smooth, velvety shine when dried. Is okay for walls, but since it is slightly reflective, imperfections will show much more than with Eggshell. It is easy to wipe clean and is durable.

    Semi Gloss – A great choice for window and door trim because of it’s easy to keep clean and because it reflects some light, it helps to make the trim work stand out nicely from the walls. It is also more durable than the aforementioned which is important for areas around windows and doors.

    High Gloss – not usually recommended for interior walls because it is reflective and any imperfections will show, and will also appear magnified. However, Gloss can be nice when painted on furniture pieces, decorative elements or accessories. If you want a very reflective surface, try an oil-based high gloss paint. High gloss paints allows for a very durable, easy to clean surface.

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  • 08/02/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Make It Intimate

    Does your living room feel scattered? Here’s how to give your rooms a more intimate feel.

    Many people want their rooms to look and feel bigger but achieving this isn’t always easy. A common thought is to push furniture up against the walls, the idea being that this will create more space because the room will look more open. In fact, this only confuses the brain by making the space look scattered and less intimate.

    If you have enough space in the room try moving some of the pieces into the room and away from the walls, like a couch for example. You can show off the back of the couch with a sofa table with decorative pieces on it. Placing an area rug on the floor with a few inches of the edge tucked under the sofa and chair will anchor the room and allow for the furniture to feel connected to each other. Be sure to leave a little space around the rug so the floor under it can still be seen.

    Bringing the furniture in, and anchoring it with a rug will create a more intimate setting without making the room look smaller.

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  • 08/02/2010 - leahluczynskiinteriordesign 0 Comments
    Matchy Matchy

    The next time you’re looking for something to go in a room (couch, carpet, curtains) remember this mantra, it doesn’t have to match, it just as to go ! And, if you’ve ever watched What Not to Wear, you’ve heard Stacy and Clinton say this about outfits, well it’s true for rooms too! Not matching everything with each other will break up the monotony of a space and keep it from looking dated. The throw pillows don’t have to be the same pattern as the couch, neither does the chair, neither does the area rug!

    For example, Pantone (considered the authority of color) has picked Turquoise as the Color of 2010! Turquoise does not "match" but goes beautifully with orange, lime green, deeper blues and red (to name a few) So, if you want to jump on this trend and decide you must have the 2010 color in your… bathroom, let’s say, don’t match the walls, towels, soap, lotion, and bath mat – it’s not 1950. Instead, decided where you want the turquoise – walls? towels?, and then bring in the other colors that GO with it.

    To see some great examples of how colors can go together instead of match, Google an IMAGE of the phrase Orange and Turquoise Rooms.

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