Small Space Design
In interior design, there are no such thing as small spaces; only small imaginations. The Decorative Touch can take minimal space and maximize its potential. Believe it or not we often take small spaces, make them super-efficient without ever sacrificing any style. We can do the same for you. Check out some of the small spaces that have been converted into amazing areas on the Web site of Better Homes and Gardens.
Have you thought about turning an extra closet into a work zone? We love how this space uses drapery panels to slide along a curtain rod, allowing the homeowner to hide the clutter.
Also, you can add storage as well as architectural aesthetic by including a built-in. Incorporate a recessed daybed into this design, eliminating the need for both a bed and a sofa.
Need help envisioning how a nook can be transformed into a voluminous, multi-functional space? Reach out to The Decorative Touch, and we can assist you starting today.
Photos: Better Homes and Gardens
I couldn’t agree with you more about how small spaces can be completely redesigned – and better utilized – with a bit of imagination. Zoom-Room, the electronic, remote controlled, retractable Murphy Bed, is the perfect solution for convertible spaces, and can help you stretch that imagination. First, the cabinetry comes in both Standard and Custom styles, so it fits any decor. Second, because the bed snake up in back of the cabinet instead of folding down like a traditional Murphy Bed, it’s undetectable – no one knows there’s a bed in there. Then there’s the wow! factor – watch what happens when folks use the wireless remote and the Wall Bed floats into the room – and the comfort – much like the bed folks have in their master bedrooms. Check it out at http://www.Zoom-Room.com.