Every inch of your space should be decorated, especially those lonely empty corners. It tends to be challenging at times because we place furniture just to fill in the space. In our minds, it looks as if the space needs to be accessorize with furniture pieces, but sometimes empty corners are acceptable. It keeps the space from feeling less crowded, but it all depends on the size of your space. Here are a couple of DO's and Don'ts for the next time your decorating your home.
Random pieces of furniture tends to make the corner feel crowned.
Give your space life by adding tall plants. There are so many great benefits to having a household plant. 1. it provides clean air circulation 2. Boosting your mood, making you feeling happy. 3. plants help you breath easier. These living organisms interact with your body, mind and home in ways that enhance the quality of life.
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Sure, a centerpiece can tie the room together creating a beautiful scene. One mistake that most of us make is to have a large tall centerpiece that restricts your guests from conversating with others on the opposite side of the dinner table. Here's something to keep in mind for the next time you're hosting a dinner party. If you can't see or talk to people across the table without moving your head or standing up. even though your tall centerpiece looks beautiful maybe it's not the place for a that tall arrangement. Tall vases or tall flower arrangements are great for entry console tables.
Low centerpieces are perfect! It allows guests to see who they are chatting with.