Designing Every Nook In Your Home
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Go With Wallpaper
With these nook spaces, keep in mind that these are great places for colour and print. This is especially useful when trying to section the nook off in some way. Add elements to it that don’t necessarily clash with the room it’s apart of, but differentiates it in some way – like a workspace in a kitchen or small sitting area in a living space or bedroom.
Tie It All Together
There are tons of ways to tie the nook in with the rest of the space around it by using similar elements throughout. Think about fabrics, colours, prints and more that you can bring “into” the nook area to carry on the design elements that are already going on in the rest of the room.
Keep It Organized
Nooks don’t always give you tons of space, so it’s important to keep it neat and organized so it doesn’t look like a mess. Smaller spaces can become easily cluttered, so it’s important to get creative with storage as well as have a general minimalist approach to the space to begin with.
First Impressions Count
Depending on where the nook is located, the way you use it might change dramatically. For example, if the nook is close to the entryway of your home, think about what you want visitors to see when they entire your home. Everything from the furniture to the fabrics and prints you choose will set the tone for the rest of the house.
Nooks have the tendency to get a bit drafty, so heavy curtains were routinely used to keep the area warm. Keeping up with this, curtains are a fun way to introduce prints and colours into the space, as well as using them as a temporary partition to create a bit of privacy.