It’s the room in our home we all use several times a day, and most guests use at least once or twice a visit – yet it often gets overlooked from a design perspective. For this week’s Decorating Solutions “Tip of the Week” we’re showing some respect to bathrooms everywhere!
This week’s tip is from Oak Creek Interior Designer Jenii Kluver. Jenii is great at thinking outside the box, and bringing an eclectic flair to her designs.
Jenii points out that many people focus on their main entertainment spaces when decorating their homes, because it’s where their guests are going to be spending the most time. However, she adds, “Don’t forget that they will also most likely use your powder room! There are plenty of opportunities to spruce up that spare bathroom. I love using bright blues, grays, and whites for paint colors because it allows the most light to flow through the room. Try using a decorative mirror instead of your basic mirror for a quick update, add fun artwork to take up wall space, and install functional furniture pieces that also provide storage for toiletries.”
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Do you love to entertain guests in your home? Then this week’s #DSTipOfTheWeek is for you!
One of the common mistakes people make is under-utilizing a large room, or having a focal point that’s off-center, leaving extra floor space. These mistakes often happen in Great Rooms or basements.
Decorating Solutions Interior Designer Michelle Micolta is to the rescue! She suggests turning that extra space into a conversation area. She explains, “Conversation areas can be very versatile and useful when you’re entertaining. You can have two loveseats or settees facing each other. Another option is placing four swivel or stationary lounge chairs around an ottoman or table. Finally, if you want to keep it simple, just a pair of accent chairs with a statement table between them would do the trick as well!”
As you can see from the picture, these little vignettes are a great way to promote conversation, and give your large room a more intimate feel. Our designers are hard at work on many more quick and easy design tips for you. Check in next Monday for another #DSTipOfTheWeek.