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Beautiful decor, thanks ‘A Decorator’s Notebook’

A Decorator's Notebook

Welcome to part 3 of the Home Tour of my talented South African friend’s  lovely home…this post focuses on the master bathroom, family bathrooms , family bedrooms and the Media or Family room which are all situated on the second floor of the home.

Just off the glamorous master bedroom is an equally decadent master bathroom, complete with free-standing tub and his and hers basins…these magnificent mirrors are from France.

A view of the tub and a vignette of antique glass orbs and jars.

I adore art in the bathroom, and something bold like this magnificent piece above the toilet and bidet, is perfect for the space-once again , there are no curtains, but shutters, which filter the wonderful light.

Directly off the master bedroom landing is the media room ,where the family spend time  on the computer. and watching TV or playing TV games. It is a comfortable room…

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Furniture Positioning

When staging your clients home, you often have to decide how to position the furniture in the room. Rooms comes in a variety of shapes, interruption of wall space with windows, built-in, or fireplaces, and with one or more entries. How do you work with these variables when positioning the furniture?

According to HGTV, there’s the common belief that rooms will feel larger and be easier to use if all the furniture is pushed against the walls, but that isn’t the case. Instead, furnish the space by floating furniture away from walls. They suggest repositioning sofas and chairs into cozy conversational groups, and placing pieces so that the traffic flow in a room is obvious.

I agree that this not only makes the space more user-friendly, but also opens up the room and make it seem larger.

(Picture courtesy of HGTV.com)

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