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Decorating Small Spaces

Turn up the volume in tight bedrooms, entries, or kitchens with stylish space-saving ideas that make the most of what you have.

Produced by John Loecke; Text by Terry Trucco

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Small entry
Wendell T. Webber
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Small Entry

A little something in the entry, like a narrow perch for flowers, creates a welcoming focal point for guests.

—A composition of pictures, placed unpredictably and irregularly atop decorative wallpaper, accentuates the intimacy.

—A chair can fit in a space too tight for a big table and provides a place to remove your boots or toss the keys or mail. Add a cushion for an extra dash of color.

—Loecke replaced a solid door with multipaned glass that lets light in to make a bigger impact.

Originally published in the April 1, 2011, issue of Family Circle magazine.

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