Published at Monday, July 09th, 2018 - 16:53:32 PM. . By Kynlee Handy.
Measure the room -walls, floor space, windows, furniture. Draw a scale diagram of the room and then draw in where the furniture will go. This will save time and frustration trying to put a large, heavy piece where it won't fit. If you haven't already done this, remove all the pictures and art objects from the walls and flat surfaces. Whatever color the walls may be painted currently, consider painting them all white, off-white or a neutral tone such as beige, cream or light tan. Plan to hang only one piece of art per wall as a focal point.
Any home, or a bedroom perhaps have one or two bedside nightstand to keep your essentials at night like the alarm clock, a music box, some books, glasses, some medicines, a laptop or even pictures of your loved ones. Some would think a bedside table is just a piece of furniture to put things on it, and some did not think about its significance, and even the historical value of this loved furniture.
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