Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:41:36 PM
This is a great exercise for any home: imagine decorating your existing space first on a small budget (as most of us do!) and then on an ideal budget. Although the end results of each will look very different, both can look fabulous in their own way, just like these two design visuals for the same space by Boris Alexandrov.
Get the light right. Poor lighting can cause eye strain and, if the ambience in the room is flat, it can make you less productive. Lots of natural light is ideal, preferably from windows not skylights. A task light, such as an Anglepoise, is invaluable too. Work out what you need to store – books, technology, materials – and choose shelves that can be reconfigured if needed. Wall-mounted shelves are ideal as they increase the feeling of space and are less obtrusive than floor-standing bookcases
This Image The décor scheme of any room can be pulled together enormously be a single piece of striking wall art, and we can find shining examples of this theory in this collection of interior shots, that feature large and colorful works of modern art by Mark Lawrence of Alpharetta Georgia.
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