Published at Sunday, July 08th, 2018 - 09:34:06 AM. . By Gianna Ontiveros.
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.
Back in the days when settlers from Europe came in the new world made use of this furniture as a stove top, a cutlery station, etc. In the modern times, many people may or may not think about how important this furniture is historically, and that the table became just furniture and its presence is dictated by the principle of modern room decor. Having a table is easier to reach for your books, wallets, cell phones, alarm clock, laptop, and a glass of water, your medicines; can you imagine not having one? It is comforting to know where your things are and they can be accessed easily even if it is dark.
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