Hiding ugly carpet in your bedroom is pretty easy because there’s often not much of an area to hide. Your bed will help to hide it, but you can also use every piece of furniture you have, such as couches, chairs, bookshelves,a computer desk, storage tubs, and other furniture to cover up the ugly carpet.
or„ go with area rugs. If you have bold, colorful area rugs, the background carpet will fade into the background. Plus, you can take them with you and have them on hardwood or whatever flooring you get next.
Area rugs are ideal when attempting to hide the center of carpets in larger rooms and it will hide the majority of the floor space in smaller rooms, but area rugs do not always completely cover ugly carpets. to cover the center of the room, purchase a large coordinating accent rug or a coordinating runner„ to hide most of the ugly carpets.
some other option
you can try to put FLOR tiles down in specific areas, or get a few rugs to cover it
Dash and Albert’s cotton woven striped rugs :: they’re really easy to clean and are soft on your feet.
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- a house with 3 bed rooms,2 bathrooms ,living room,dining room, sun room, basement, kitchen and backyard
- it seems like a big place but all the rooms in the house are pretty small
- two bedrooms upstairs are kinda like attic rooms with the slanted ceiling and they are very small.
Wall cabinets are utilitarian but can close off a kitchen. By installing open shelves,will make a small kitchen seem more open and being able to stack (display and organize) pretty dishes on..To boost efficiency, have electric outlets installed within the shelving space so you don’t have to move the appliances to use them.
Use light and bright colors that reflect the light from the windows in a sunroom. Avoid chocolates or browns that make a room feel closed in
Cover the floor with a light, natural material such as ceramic tile or hardwood to make the room look larger. When choosing the floor covering, consider how much traffic your sunroom receives. If there is heavy foot traffic, a ceramic tile might be better since it repels moisture and is more durable
you can create a reading area (like a home-library or reading nook) Place one comfortable leather chair and ottoman at an angle towards the windows and line the area under the windows of the sunroom with low bookshelves filled with favorite books.
ATTIC (slanted ceiling) BEDROOM
A good place for ur bed would be off to one side of the attic bedroom and not in the middle of the room. if you hav a high ceiling„Try to also pick a spot where the roof is higher, this way you will have room to install a ceiling fan over your bed. Attic bedrooms can get very hot in the summer months. For low ceiling„the room can be really dark„ so to combat the darkness, four skylights were built to flood the room with natural light. chose low-lying, upholstered furniture to give the room a cozy (and not cramped) feeling. (Photo ::Philipp Striebe)
Choose double-duty furniture.(for example„,An ottoman or coffee table with hidden storage)
Chairs without arms are perfect for small spaces because they’re much easier to get in and out of. They’re also more lightweight. chose a mismatched pair that can effortlessly be moved around the room to wherever they’re needed.
Use a dead space to your advantage:Slip a slim glass-top console behind the sofa for a small home office area. Search thrift stores or flea markets for a chair that slides easily beneath the table. (Hint: Paint it a vibrant color.)— When entertaining, stash the chair against the wall and use the desk as a food buffet.
maximize space in corner areas. An L-shape bench provides seating on two sides of the table. Extra chairs can be added when needed.
paint walls a favorite pastel - rose, peach, banana yellow, mint, aqua, sky blue, lavender. One of my favorite tricks is to paint the dining room either the color of the living room, or the kitchen, and then use drape or curtain material from the other room - the colors flow from one room to next.
- Floor-to-ceiling curtains make walls seem taller and windows larger. Do this with your shower curtain, too, to create the impression of a big, luxurious shower.
- Mirrors—help make any room feel more expansive, and they double the light
- Take the doors off doorways and closets and replace them with a curtain. Doors are a huge impediment to flow, and they take up space when they’re open.
- Stain the floor dark, use light colors on walls, and paint the ceiling a lighter white. This helps the eye travel up the walls, giving a sense of more space.
- if you create distinctions in the space, it feels larger.To make your room feel larger, divide up the space by function.for example„ A rug sets off the entry while using a bookcase to define the office area.
- Hide Unattractive Storage„,Cover them up by Using hook-and-loop tape to attach the fabric to the cabinet.Try skirting tables and small bookshelves for an instant storage or eyesore cover-up.