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5 Styling Tips For Short Rooms

by Julia Millay Walsh
Unless you're building a new home to your exact specifications, you've got to "work what your mama gave you" when it comes to decorating. Unfortunately, you can't exactly slap a pair of stilettos on a vertically challenged room. Instead, the
  • Kära Knorr

    Hang the drapes/curtains where the wall meets the ceiling. Also hang artwork both at high & low places on the wall. Near the ceiling & baseboard. By taking advantage of the wall space, the walls with appear to have more surface area. Tips for Making a Short Room Appear Taller | Harmony Interiors

  • Jane E.

    Karen Walker's living room

  • Heather Garbe

    high hanging curtains

  • Heather Huston

    The Selby is in your place. New images of Fashion designer, Karen Walker and Creative Director, Mikhail Gherman at their home - Auckland, New Zealand - April 18, 2011.

  • Natalie Jones

    5 Styling Tips For Short Rooms

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