The 5 objects that can not miss in a nursery are a bed, a rug, an armchair or a seat, a storage unit and a mirror or wall panels. The 5 elements outline the basic areas for the “activities” of our baby. Sleeping, playing, eating, changing and discovery.
When you have an open space you can make the most of its potential with some make-up. We must bear in mind that the divisions serve to give character and strength to the volumes of our open space.
Small house? No to many different finishing
There are few rules when you furnish a small house. The base for not making our home seem even smaller is to choose the same finishes and colors regardless of the room. Every change, cut and discontinuity reduces the dimension perceptively. Because it is not a question of actual and real dimensions, but of perception.
Mixing elements, that belong to different styles, is what gives a particular and personal character to the home. It is not always easy to create the right mix, without making a nonsense soup. It is not enough that we like an object or a piece of furniture to make it automatically part of our furniture. I believe that the art of furnishing is a matter of harmony, so YES to mixtures, but with balance!
Chairs have always fascinated me, an object for me so simple and ordinary, but at really high prices. There are chairs that cost more than a sofa and, in my simple mind, I have always wondered why.