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England Furniture for Small Spaces
England Furniture for Small Spaces

England Furniture for Small Spaces

There are a number of reasons people live in small homes or have small rooms. For some it’s a matter of what they can afford, for others it’s easier to maintain, and for still others it’s simply an aesthetic choice. Regardless of the reason, people living in small space have to make compromises when it comes to furnishings, decorating, and organizing.

If you’re looking to make those small spaces look bigger, then consider the following tips!

  • Airy, Light Fabrics
    Sheer fabrics allow light to pass through window treatments, bed skirts, table covers, and furniture slipcovers. If you want something other than plain colors, find soft floral vines or simple stripes to keep the look simple.
  • Chooser Soft, Light Hues
    Whereas dark, warm colors make a space feel cozy and intimate, light, cool colors make a space feel open and airy. For optimum effect, select soft tones of blues and greens.
  • Clear Out the Clutter
    There’s nothing that makes a small space feel cramped more than having too much stuff. Work out ways to get collections out of view, organized behind doors, table skirts, or on shelves. With things neatly arranged and out of sight, the space that is in view will feel orderly and open.
  • Coordinate Wall and Furniture Colors
    Contrasting colors tend to break up a space. Pieces of furniture are less interrupting and tend to blend with the space if they’re colored to match the wall color.
  • Keep the Upholstery Plain
    Select plain colored upholstery for furniture instead of bold plaids, stripes, or prints. Use texture for interest and stick to neutral tones if you can. Visit our England Furniture Company catalog to see our wide selection of fabrics.
  • Use a Monochromatic Color Scheme
    Choose colors that are in the same color family and use tone-on-tone woven upholstery fabrics, textured wall finishes, delicate tonal drapery fabrics. Cool colors and delicate warm colors on most surfaces give the room a more open look.
  • Open the Way
    With furniture and accessories blocking the view into a room and out to open spaces, a room will look cramped. By moving furniture out and away from walkways, you’ll open up the space and make it feel larger. You can also choose short pieces of furniture like an ottoman, an armless, open chair, or a low table, and place large, tall pieces along a wall rather than out in the open space.
  • Believe It or Not, Bigger Is Better!
    Use a few large, simple pieces of furniture or accessories in place of several smaller pieces which would make a small space look cluttered. With open space and large blocks of color, the room will appear to be more calm and comfortable.
  • See-Through Space
    By using materials that you can see through, anything beyond will appear farther away. For a tiny bathroom, I got rid of an opaque glass shower enclosure and substituted a clear, frameless one. The room is the same size looks bigger. Now we can see all the way (an extra 3 feet) to the wall at the back of the shower.
  • Let in the Light
    Any room will look larger if it’s well-lit, either by natural light or artificial lighting. Get rid of heavy draperies and open up the windows to let the light of the outdoors into the space. Add more lamps or install track lighting or recessed lighting.
  • Reflective Surfaces
    You might not like the look of a mirrored wall, but you have to admit that it always makes a room look larger. Instead, use a large framed mirror on a wall or stand an over-sized framed mirror against a wall. You’ll get the same room-enlarging effect as a mirrored wall, but with more style.

England Furniture Introduces the Quill Chair

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Simple sophistication goes a long way with the beautifully crafted Quill accent chair. Featuring a curved plush back, a tall wooden tapered leg, and perfectly positioned track arms to cradle you in comfort, this chair will not disappoint. With over 400 fabric options, this transitional chair will blend perfectly into any casual setting. Make sure to get the matching ottoman so you can kick your feet up and relax!

For more information about this chair visit England Furniture!

England Furniture Introduces 2Y00 Yonts

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Our England Furniture Yonts collection is fresh yet familiar. This style features a key arm, pyramid wood leg, clean lines and impeccable tailoring. Dress it up or down with your choice of over 500 fabrics and have it in your home in 30 days or less. We offer a sofa, loveseat, chair, ottoman, and sectional, to complete your look.

England Furniture Reviews: Neyland Chair and Ottoman

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Our England Furniture Neyland chair and ottoman is an updated take on a classic club chair. From its deeply tufted back to its simple bun leg, this look is sure to please. Its cutaway rolled panel arm is accented with a petite brass nailhead trim while the base of the chair and ottoman features an oversized brass nailhead trim. The curved back and plush seat cushion makes a stately presence while maintaining a high level of comfort. Take a look at our England Furniture Lourdes to see the all leather version of this traditional silhouette.

England Furniture Reviews: Lourdes Chair and Ottoman

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Add a touch of comfortable elegance to your home with the England Furniture Lourdes all leather chair and ottoman. This classic traditional oversized club style has a curved, deeply tufted back, simple cutaway rolled panel arm, and wooden bun leg. Featuring an optional petite nailhead trim on the arm and oversize nailhead trim on the base, this club chair has it all. Cover it in your choice of our leathers or take a look at England Furniture Neyland for fabric options.