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norma034
February 8, 2013 in Design Dilemma
What would be the best item to put on the corner. I have a hurricane there now but I am not feeling it. Any suggestions?
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tennisanyone
I would remove the hurricane and get a big tree for the corner. I would remove the small pictures over the loveseat. They are not centered and are throwing off the seating area. Get a rug to anchor the space and move the ottomans further out away from the table. Not much to be done here.
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Creations Nadia Interior Design
floor lamp:)))
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Creations Nadia Interior Design
P.S. the three frames above the love seat are a bit off the alliment, :))
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Toni Sabatino
All are great suggestions but what about adding some green earth of a potted tree?
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Dytecture
Here is one idea.


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Seventies House
I would definitely put a nice leafy tall green plant in that corner to soften the lines a bit, plus center the sofa with the wall hangings. Looks good!
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Coralee Angell
I really like the colours and layout in this room. I agree with adding some greenery such as a tree, but this seems to possibly be a basement which typical have low light and I'm not a huge fan of fake plants. I suggest filling the corner by hanging something from the ceiling such as a light fixture.
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stacynicole27
I would add a tall potted floral arrangement instead of a leafy tree to soften the harsh corner or a tall sculpture with curves
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Jean Tuck
Well call me crazy if you will but I see that corner perfect as it is,
with a better designed picture in surrounding color choices of maybe flowers. I love it!
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Jayme H.
I am sorry, but thinking table is too small...a larger table and substantial table lamp may fill that gap...Try flipping it with the other one with the table lamp on it.
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Jayme H.
Barbara, I agree with u pretty much all the time...thanks for agreeing with me
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