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In the master suite of this Kiawah Island, South Carolina, cottage, a mirror with a scalloped frame reflects the light, which makes the tiny space look larger. |

Quirky Cool Make use of a lofted bed and slip galvanized buckets underneath to hold blankets and extras. Think outside the box—kitschy Christmas lights are a fun alternative to a typical light fixture. Go for an odd shape, like these reclaimed shotgun shells.

This cottage's dining area has built-in furnishings, like this banquette with storage drawers. |

Bar between kitchen and living room, if you have to have separation, this is as great way to do it.

A shelving unit is the ultimate style fixer for a drab room, plus it’s an easy way to add your own personality to a room. Use it as a library, entertainment center, or place to showcase trinkets from traveling. Vary the height, shape, and texture of the displayed objects for a loose feel.

love the framed fabric- so easy and easy to change out!

Fake It Tone-on-tone color is the never-fail way to create an optical illusion. Go for lighter shades to increase space. (We call it the “little black dress rule:” Dark colors are slimming; white is widening.) Swap out your breakfast table for barstools; they make great use of counter space.

This bedroom has a taller beaded board to create the illusion of high ceilings for airy ambience. |

coastal living with a modern feel, love the jute rug, baskets, black pendant lantern, blue slip-covered wing char and white painted coffee table x