Space is never enough even when you have a lot to spare. No matter how small or unusual a room is, an open and creative mind will always see unused space changed from perfect to poky. The experts tell us how.
Solid Wood Furniture Extra Space Using Tips
Wood furniture types that serve multiple purposes are everything and the new trend. Find a table that can work as a dining table and as a work desk, purchase a sofa that can be doubled as a guest bed or can also serve the purpose of a coffee table and bonus seats when a guest comes over.
If your room feels messy, put your empty walls to use. They are good for more than just hanging inspirational wall hangings, you know!
Nothing makes a small space look smaller and more clustered – than being able to see everything. So consider all the covering methods available to you. Curtains and other fabric are great and easy to hang across doorways and over shelving. Invest in baskets and lidded boxes that you like the look of to hide loose matters is a great idea. Furniture with hidden storage, built-in is worth the investment.
OK – are you sick of hearing this? But to be honest, this is one of the best tips so far to maximize that space in your home. There are a lot of things in your house which need to be replaced or are just taking extra space in the store. We have posted about it tons of times, and indeed, there are plenty of tips to try out. But the most important advice is to have the ability to let go of stuff. Instead of holding to every object you own, it's better to consider replacing it. Ask yourself "Do I need this?"
Hide Your Storage
It's not necessary that all the items you are standing should be displayed. Wood furniture is an excellent piece for hiding things – you can help to protect baskets, shelves and the like for a clean look that still boosts storage.
African home decor has emerged as the premier interior design using earth friendly bamboo. I’ll explore the many benefits and inroads fast growing tree continues to make in the home decor industry.
Thanks to modern processing methods, literally every room in your home can incorporate some form of decor using a bamboo theme. Whether it’s bamboo wall decor, window covering, floors, or furniture, bamboo adds an exotic look to any home interior.
Bamboo home accents compliment your decor, adding just the right touch of adventure and intrigue to any indoor or outdoor space. Like most African interior designs, bamboo is adaptable, versatile and timeless beauty. In addition, it requires a minimum of care to continue giving the indoor or outdoor area of your home that exotic look.
As an environmental asset bamboo sits at the top of the list of conservationist, ecologist and environmentalist. Why? Because it’s the fastest growing tree on earth. That makes the popular plant plentiful, quickly replaceable, and highly green – environmentally. All qualities ecologists, conservationists, and environmentalists love.
Yes, with a growing demand for conservation and attention to the environment, bamboo interior related products continue to increase in popularity and demand. Bamboo continues at the forefront of the “green” building, room design, and home decor movement – including African interior accents and accessories.
To many African cultures bamboo is a symbol of adaptability, strength, and endurance, all qualities of a happy and abundant life. Bamboo furniture and other products continue to quietly replace furniture coming from trees that require decades to grow to maturity. The tree grows 10 to 20 times faster than the average hard wood trees used in today’s expensive furniture and other products.
Bamboo trees conveniently grow near, around or next to areas of the world with some of the largest populations. This makes it a natural material for building and other home accessory uses, because of its fast growing ability.
Because of its timeless elements, bamboo home furnishings is economical. Why? Because the style last for years. So, you don’t have to replace bamboo home decor as often as other home decor. In fact, many types of bamboo furniture and other home decor accessories beautify more with age, like a fine wine.
Interior designers continue to integrate more bamboo in African home decor projects from the front door to the backyard Why? Because of its functionality, value, and lasting style.
African interior design ideas can stretch to your windows. Interior temperature control, in addition to an African influenced theme can come from using bamboo window covering. For example, a bamboo shade can add a soothing texture and visual interest to your windows.
Including bamboo in your African room interior design plans can help you save money, add interest to any space in your home, and help the environment all at the same time. With today’s technology and processing methods and techniques, bamboo continues to appear in more home decor products.
Do yourself, your wallet and the environment a favor and investigate …