Friday, January 24, 2014
These kind of space CAN be tricky to design. Many clients just can't figure out how
to create a smooth flowing layout...
and that is where we come in!
We are excited about a new clients home in Fort Worth which has an incredible OPEN floor plan, with a very large living space. As you can tell from the floor plan below...
there is enough space to place at least 3 seating groups! WOW!
(I think we rocked it on the space planning if I do say so myself!)
How do you manage to do this without it looking
overcrowded or jumbled?
1. It's all about creating the seating groups. Area rugs are a huge help in this area, to pull the groups together and balance them with the space.
2. Symmetry - Instead of angling items or spacing them unevenly, it is nice to be able to mirror the seating group, set the furniture straight and orderly for a room that holds a lot of pieces.
3. Low Pieces - In order to be able to have a seemingly open plan, use lower backed sofas, low benches and chairs so that the room can been seen over one plane.
Do you have a "wide open space" that needs some TLC??
We'll be sure to post the After shots for this Ft. Worth Beauty!
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The award-winning entrepreneur creates gorgeous interiors that also offer livable-style. Traci says: “What good is a luxurious home if you can’t actually live in it?” That philosophy drives her to provide high-end interior design that really lasts for every one of her clients.
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