I liked the basket that they put under the table. I have never decorated with baskets, but it looks warm and inviting. The designer for this home also used baskets with a candle in it on the desk in the den.
These pictures are from a condo in Midvale, Utah. It was a great property. It is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo (brand new) for $149,900. Great place. If you want to go and look at this place, or something similar, contact me on Facebook.
Anyway, after I saw the cute den, I started thinking about the bookshelves in my den that needed to be organized and I saw this post from The Lovely Cupboard.
I love to decorate. I love getting ideas. I hope this is helpful. I will continue to post pics from the random places I get to see while I am on-the-job.
Oh, and I learned something new. I was watching Studio 5 and one of the contributors said that there are three simple elements to decorating coffee table. We should vary the height, add something unexpected (sculptural) and have a color theme. If only it were that easy.
The designer for this model home had a great sculpture piece, but the coffee table was lack luster, it was missing something...
On that Studio 5 episode, one designer's words of wisdom for decorating your coffee table was to have
1. Have Something Short
2. Something Tall
3. Something Stacked
4. Something On Top of It All
I think the coffee table below has most, if not all of these elements. I like this one much better than the model home's effort.
Until next time.