There’s a certain style to go for with smaller properties

I’ve been an interior designer for quite a few years now.

I have taken care of properties of just about every size plus price range.

It’s absolutely in right now for people to go for a small property in which to get started with their lives or retire. Many years ago, people purchased just one property that was as sizable as they could afford plus stayed there for the rest of their life. Nowadays, that’s rare to witness. Many people have an interior design style that they would enjoy to project in their property, but- with smaller homes especially- that plan can become a real nightmare in execution. So, what are some of the interior design choices that work best with a small property? Let me tell you. I will get going with things to avoid. Be sure to avoid European furniture, Italian furniture plus French furniture. Before you comment about this, I am aware that Italy plus France are European countries, but the “style” is entirely particular. The Mediterranean manor style is not going to fit into your small property, please do not overcrowd the property with overly bold custom furniture. Your custom furniture needs a good amount of room to breathe in the living space. Now, living in a small home does not mean that you have to give up on the western European aesthetic. Being in a small property certainly does not doom you to the cozy property style (although, it’s certainly adorable). If your preference is Italian furniture, go with Tuscan beauty furniture instead. The Tuscan beauty style takes that western-Euro style down to an entirely subtle level. Let the curvature that is carved into that custom chair or custom couch do the talking, instead of the bold shape plus structure of the French furniture. The rustic meets traditional furniture plus design will pay homage to your small or medium sized property.

Transitional sophistication

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