Have you ever bought a sofa, accent chair or table that looked wonderful in the store (or on Pinterest) but lost its charm once you brought it home? If the color and style were right, the problem may have been that the piece of furniture simply wasn’t the right scale for the room. Whether you're building a new home, remodeling an existing room or simply rearranging furniture, even the most straightforward parts of space planning can get complicated quickly – and is best done with a plan in…
20 esquemas prácticos sobre la decoración de interiores
Simple ideas are often the best ones, as are easy changes you can make yourself. These quick updates are the things you do before you are ready renovate, as a renter, or when your budget doesn’t allow for significant change. It’s often as easy as rearranging furniture, or adding a bit of color. Here are our best decorating tips from 2013.
Holiday decorating can be invasive — rearranging furniture to make room for a tree, gifts, candles and the like — but there's no reason to put new holes in your walls. Especially for renters, the fewer nail holes in the walls the better. The new issue of This Old House has a great shopping guide to nail-free holiday decorating and we're sharing a few of our favorite no-nail solutions after the jump...
Add lighting without wall damage. And when you move, it goes along too! love!!!!! put nightstands in front of the panels!
The Make Room - online tool to plan furniture placement. Also try www.floorplanner.com
Room Planner. Just enter your dimensions and it shows you ways to rearrange your room!
Adding wheels to make ordinary items more functional. #DIY