Fabulous and functional, no matter the size. Heather Blue-Harkovich of Heather Scott Home and Design stopped by with design tips for more compact spaces, including rethinking a room’s purpose, picking upholstered pieces with slim lines and using visual tricks to make a space feel bigger. And don’t be afraid to go big in your small space; lots of knick knacks create clutter, whereas large statement pieces and large art add major impact.
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