Living Room Decor Ideas For Small Spaces
Customize your kitchen with carpet cut-outs! This kitchen (right) designed by Paul Krauss, A.I.D.; features a striking border design cut from Viking’s “Hearthstone.” The carpet also adds to the room’s decorative and practical qualities by covering the pedestal stove unit. For proper execution of carpet border and covered pedestal, consult your local floor covering dealer.
Striking, striped wallpaper gives interest and a sense of space to tiny extra bedroom (above). A bolster serves in the place of a headboard, while modern sconces remove the need for cumbersome end tables.
Long glass and metal table serves a number of uses. Room is from B. Altman, New York.
The garden look, a decorating style that brings inside the home all the lightheartedness of the dazzling outdoors, is pointed up in room (top left) designed by the Philadelphia firm of Kunzig & Steele, A.I.D.
A hidden guest room by virtue of velvet-pillowed daybed, interior mixes rattan furniture, ceramic tile floor, and long wood finished storage chest.
Vibrant and dissimilar patterns live together harmoniously in large all-purpose room (bottom left).
One end of the room functions for dining, the other for sitting, both are used for sleeping (and one daybed hides a trundle). Simmons Co. designed this vividly-patterned interior.
Bedroom for a college girl is charmingly furnished for her and for its use as a guest room when she is away at school. Color scheme is a variation of white, sparked by accents of opaline green.
White vinyl tile emulates design of clay tile flooring. Wall, skirted table and loveseat of this Bloomingdale’s room are covered in white linen.