Restructuring an unusually-shaped room
If you've recently moved into a new house or apartment, you may be starting to discover unusual aspects of the home that didn't initially stand out in the overall design. These awkwardly-shaped rooms and spaces sometimes feature low ceilings, obstructive pipes and heaters, narrow walls, non-rectangular room shapes or recesses in the walls. When it comes to settling on a suitable design for such rooms, homeowners and interior designers can go mad attempting to fit traditional furniture and home accents into the awkward space. Try as they might, these rooms require a little creativity and ingenuity in order to create a suitable aesthetic.
There are a number of tips and tricks which can emphasize a room's available space while detracting from its awkward dimensions. Begin by selecting small-sized furniture like sofas, coffee tables or vintage chaise lounges and living room chairs, which can adapt to fit a variety of schemes and layouts depending on the room's shape. Traditional pendant lights are easily installed in tight spaces and will add to the decor.
Using a hanging traditionally styled pendant fixtures will allow you to free up more space in the room while creating a visual center point.
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