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Make the Most Out of the Corners of Your Home

8 December 2010 2,329 views No Comment

Are the corners of your home often overlooked? If so you may want to start thinking about ways to use them. By effectively using the corner spaces, you can really help to enhance the look of a room. When done correctly, you can make the room seem even larger than it is. The question is how can you make the most of the corners?

Choosing Corner Furniture

There are many different cabinets that you can choose which are designed with corners in mind. Corner cabinets can help you to draw attention to them, which in turn makes the room appear larger. They can be used as storage or to hold photos and ornaments. There are numerous ways in which you can use a corner cabinet.

You can buy corner cabinets for most rooms. If you are searching for one in the bathroom then you may want to consider the Fairmont Designs Manor Corner Vanity. It comes in a rich brown color which will make the room appear cozier.

Moving the Room Around

You can change pieces of furniture that you already have to make the room look tidier. Moving a chair or sofa towards the corner of a room can really help to open up the living space. Simply position the sofa so that it points inwards towards the room away from the corner.

If you do use corner furniture then you should make sure that you leave enough space around them. If you don’t then you risk it looking cluttered and untidy.

Overall it can be a great idea to make use of the corner space in your home. It is particular good for people who have a small living space and who are looking to make the room appear larger. If done correctly you could end up with excellent results.

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