Living large in small spaces is a growing national movement gaining traction in Portland. This may be due to an increase in the renovation of older buildings, the development of new condos and apartments, and due to urban dwellers who care more about place than space. Throughout this month of July, we’ll be sharing our top 5 solutions for living large in small spaces on our blog and on social media.
Sofas and sectionals. Larger pieces in smaller spaces provide more seating and offer a more expansive appearance. Crowding your living area with small scale pieces actually diminishes the visual field. Every piece counts in a small space–choose quality over quantity.
|Warmer, brighter days of summer stir the yearning to travel. Bring memories and inspiration from pleasurable excursions back home to your interior spaces. To quote Tim Clarke, interior designer, from his article, Globetrotting Décor & How to Bring Travel Home…, “There is a way to recapture the essence of a faraway place by integrating design elements into your own décor. The trick is to do it with sophistication and subtlety so that it becomes a part of your home (and not the Indian elephant in the room).” Find these products abroad or at EWF Modern!|