Big Pieces In Small Spaces Pt 2

{Loving this overscale piece at Weego Home}

Small space lovers don't forget that big pieces *really* can work in a small space. yes, *really*. Ok so not all of your pieces should be overscale. Pick a piece and really create a focal point and impact, creating visul depth and dimension. I love this small space DIY! It's a fab way to create size and scale while introducing color and intimate style all around. Get a large piece of plywood or even foam core and wall paper it. Make a border with moldings picked up at a home or craft store and hang some mirrors. Viola!

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Big Pieces In Small Spaces Pt 2


Anonymous said... 5/28/2009

I really love that project! I have a little area behind my couch that is naturally framed, and I've been thinking of adding wallpaper, and this is definitely inspiring me to do so! Thanks for sharing!

loving. living. small. said... 5/29/2009

Yes, add it and send photos! Would love to see the project.

tricia said... 5/31/2009

I always look forward to your posts. Not only do I have a small living space, but also low funds to spend on decorating. This idea of just two simple techniques of mirrors and paper seems relatively cheap and easy to do! Thanks for your posts!

loving. living. small. said... 5/31/2009

thanks, tricia! :) send photos if you take on this project!

Unknown said... 6/17/2009

Very happy to find your blog. I live in an apartment so small it would make Thumbelina cramped.

SweetCaroline said... 6/18/2009

Does anyone know what that wallpaper is? I saw it on design sponge a while back and fell in love. Thanks for the help!

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