Jan 31, 2013 · Another contender in the hard-to-decorate category is blank-and-boring corners. These tend to exist, in spite of all your best efforts, in otherwise beautifully furnished rooms.
Ricardo Labougle. When it comes to decorating your space, every inch counts - even your room's sharp corners and oddly-shaped alcoves. These rooms prove all it takes is a little ingenuity to turn an unused spot into an eye-catching vignette.
Decorating small spaces is something a lot of us have to do, but long, narrow living rooms? That's a whole other problem. With long and/or narrow rooms you always run the risk of creating a tunnel effect-not the best if you're trying to create a welcoming and cozy space.
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In my own living room, I have a basket of throw blankets and extra pillows tucked in the corner, but I love Jasmin's idea of having a blanket rack close at hand. It's slim, which means that it won't take up much space, and in the winter it keeps cozy warmth at the ready.
Decorating an empty corner in living room or bedroom can be challenging at times. We fail to figure out whether we should keep a lamp on a round table or put a house plant over there. This is a very common problem faced by many people, but very few of them notice it, or think of filling up the emptiness of the living room.