Filling an Empty Space
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If you love your white walls, but are unsure how to make those plain corners in a room interesting, we’ve put together some inspiration and ideas to help fill those empty spaces without going to too much trouble.
Filling a Space
A tall lamp is a quick and easy way to fill a corner space. You’ll find it will also create height in the room and won’t appear cluttered. Choosing a lamp colour that matches the walls will also allow for other style elements, such as the sofa or rug, to remain the key feature.
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If you’d prefer to make practical use of a corner space, fill it with a chair and side table to create a getaway corner for reading or relaxing. Decorate the space with a touch of your home’s colour either on the chair or table to create flow throughout the rooms.
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For a minimalist look, use tall planters to compliment the space. If you do have white or neutral walls, a planter with vibrant greenery will present the colour you need to fill the space.
Tip: Try paining the planter a pop of colour to match the theme of your home, or other parts of décor already in the space.
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This look will work best in a large living space so you have more room to play with, and can afford some extra seating or storage. Placing a mirror above this space will bring depth to the room as well as being a practical style solution for those awkward corners.
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