How to bring pieces into a space without overcrowding

How to bring pieces into a space without overcrowding

on Monday,September 19,2011 21:09


Many individuals love collecting unique and extraordinary vintage pieces and other types of furniture and items. However, many do not know how to incorporate them into a living space, resulting in the room being overcrowded or the piece being overshadowed by large-scale furniture, according to the Abington Patch.

There are ways to avoid this. The news source explains that a homeowner should decorate around the piece, whether it be a sofa, coffee table or even a painting. Make it a centerpiece and give it some room without cluttering it.

In addition, keep little ones from playing in the area near a priceless antique. If a mother or grandmother explains to the youngsters how much the art means to them, they may be able to educate them while keeping them from knocking over a beloved collection, the media outlet reports.

Individuals who are interested in interior design may want to know what the job market will look like once they graduate from their design programs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for professionals in this field is expected to increase by 19 percent between 2008 and 2018. 

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