I love Style at Home magazine. For many years (at least 10), I have received a year’s subscription to the actual paper-and-ink magazine from DH for Christmas. One year I also received one from my sister, such is my love of SAH known throughout my friends and family. But one thing used to drive me crazy.
All the homes they showed were large. Sometimes very large. Ten-foot ceilings. Sitting rooms you could put a bowling alley in.
Recently they have completely redeemed themselves, by showing how to decorate small spaces. Their March issue is all about getting the most from the least amount of square-footage.
This article shows how you can make a small space pretty and feminine. There’s no need to stick to slick surfaces and sleek lines when what you want is lace and loveliness. The designer gave the owner of this 600 square foot Manhattan apartment a very pretty place to come home to.
Check out how the designer keeps the look light and airy while still bringing in the touches that make it soft and luxurious.
File this one under Small Spaces Rule!