Dylan H Hoopes. Furniture. April 09th , 2018.
When you are decorating a small apartment, you should consider what is truly needed. Less is always going to be more when you are trying to decorate in a small area. Many people crowd a small apartment with a ton of furniture, not realizing how unattractive and dysfunctional this is. Instead, you should focus on a handful of smaller, quality pieces that will give you the maximum amount of flexibility and function. Ready to assemble furniture that is custom-made and of top-quality is usually the best way to go in this difficult situation.
Of course, if your budget does not support the purchase of new furniture, or if your current set is in great shape and you cannot justify buying new, leopard print slip covers may be the answer. Surefit Slipcovers, available at macys.com come in the sizes you need to cover any or all of your furniture pieces. Made of a combination of polyester and spandex, they are machine washable and have the elasticity to fit tightly over your furniture so that they look like the original upholstery and not slip covers.
Planning out your room ahead of time is very important in a small apartment. Dual functionality must be considered to truly maximize your space. Items such as sleeper sofas and end tables with plenty of storage are attractive options. Anytime you can serve more than one purpose with a piece of furniture without giving up style are quality, youre ahead of the game. RTA furniture once again provides you with these options and many more. The sleeper sofas in custom-made RTA furniture are of particular note, especially if you have a studio apartment. This will allow you to have a bed and a comfortable couch, all at a reasonable price.
Consider the height of your chairs in relation to tables placed near them. An end table works well when it is 2 inches higher or lower than the arm of the chair next to it. A coffee table is easier to reach when the height of the table is lower than the seat of the sofa behind it.
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