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How to make a large space cozy.
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Sometimes the modern day open plan is too open. Often you are left with a space too big to be intimate or cozy.
Large family rooms and living rooms sometimes need to brought down to size with some cleaver decorating.
One easy and cost effective way can be paint. A faux wainscot treatment done in paint or accent walls will cut
up the space and make it feel more comfortable. Bringing the outside in is always a good idea. Large
strategically placed tall plants can sever as a divider and bring life into the space. A freestanding screen can
work as a good divider to create separate conversational areas or to block an undesirable view. Don’t be afraid
to bring a sofa away from the walls, it will help define the area, especially if you use a console table behind it
for height and lighting opportunities. Speaking of bringing seating away from the walls; another good trick for
conversational space and seating is to use a large ottoman in place of coffee table.
Probably one of the easiest ways to break up an area in to a comfortable conversational space is the use of
backless furniture. Stools or anything without a back could be used in front of a fireplace. It will add seating
without blocking the view. A daybed, settee, lounge, or anything backless can be used to distinguish two
comfortable seating areas, without completely blocking each other. Of course we believe our Butterfly Settee is
a great solution for some of these challenging spaces.
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