3 WAYS TO term AN AWKWARD CORNER OF YOUR APARTMENT
When moving into a new apartment, you start with the basics. A settee. A coffee table. A hairpiece. A beacon. But once you get everything moved in, you look over, and it seems like there’s always a weird corner that looks completelyempty.However, you try a bunch of different effects and ideas, but all your cabinetwork looks too aimlessly placed or awkward and you end up either leaving it bare or keeping the awkward piece just so there’s commodity there, If you ’re like me. So, I decided to try a many different aesthetics to help you transfigure your own awkward corner into your favorite part of the room.
1. MUSIC CORNER
Whether you ’re a huge music buff or just like to relax to your favorite songs every now and also, this bone’s for you. produce the perfect little music corner by investing in a cool record player and displaying your collection on a stinky storehouse shelf. Not only does this let you show off your stupendous music taste, but it’s a delightful discussion starter and always leads to some good vibes for progeny-togethers.However, this is a great place to display them as well!
If you play any instruments.
2. RELAXATION CORNER
Still, do n’t worry, I allowed
of you too, If your idea of a good time is reading a classic book while smoking a tobacco pipe and belting cognac OR if you just like to sit down in big cozy chairpersons( who does n’t??). Find yourself a president that’s really going to shine. It’s the main magnet, so go bold either with a strong color or a nice deep tan leather like this bone
. Pairing it with a sheepskin pelt cozies it up a little, and incontinently turns your awkward corner into a place where everyone wants to sit.
Adding shops is enough much a go- to for every weird space. It closes in the strange gaps of blank walls, and ever makes a room feel more open and clean. Urban sells some really cute brass agronomists for big house shops that I recommend. A beacon is a nice touch to finish off the space, and thismid-century ultramodern bone
from Target dyads nicely with nearly anything. Finish it off with a to- bones- for Santal candle from Riddle Oil. You ’ll thank me latterly.
3. storehouse CORNER
still, all this sounds great, but my apartment is the size of a cardboard box and I ca n’t go to waste all that space I know the feeling, If you ’re thinking. I too struggle with immolating aesthetic for storehouse space. I picked up this banquette from World Market( love this bone
from Target too!), and it’s so nice because it opens up, allowing you to store seriously tons of stuff. When you ’re not using it, you can just close the top and you ’ve got redundant lounging space.
Add some fun woven baskets to keep your gamble robes or redundant pillows. You can indeed add a dresser into the blend and store all the stuff you typically would put in your arbitrary hole( I know you have one!!) or indeed your accessories! Top the dresser off with some succulents to add some texture. I also recommend finishing off the space with some artwork to add some height and pull it all together. Artist Sarah Minks painted my moon picture, and I absolutely love it. Now you ’ve got the ideal spot to relax at the end of a long day, drink your morning coffee, or meditate before your day gets started.