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11 Must-Pin Infographics for a Beautiful Home

Close off conversation areas to create an intimate and interruption free space.  — Pacori Interiors

Traffic Patterns and Furniture Placement

Close off conversation areas to create an intimate and interruption free space. — Pacori Interiors

The Make Room - online tool to plan furniture placement. Also try www.floorplanner.com

Free Online Room Planning Tool by Urban Barn

How To Efficiently Arrange The Furniture In A Small Living room

How To Efficiently Arrange The Furniture In A Small Living room

PRINTABLE Area rug size and placement guide on the Front Door blog.

Rug size and placement guide - Front Door Blog

In their new book Dream Home, the HGTV hosts reveal a few essential measurements—from area rug size to chandelier height—that'll help you decorate your space to scale.

The Property Brothers' Design Cheat Sheet That You Need

In their new book Dream Home, the HGTV hosts reveal a few essential measurements—from area rug size to chandelier height—that'll help you decorate your space to scale.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Your basic guide to Feng Shui for the home

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Don’t block the view! Blocking the windows in a room with furniture severely limits the amount of light, which makes a room look small and cramped. Use low or small scale pieces in front of a window. Likewise, try not to block your view into a room. If the room is viewed most often from another room, keep the path of sight clear to make the space visually expand. Julie-P-layout-revised

Furniture Arranging Tricks

Don’t block the view! Blocking the windows in a room with furniture severely limits the amount of light, which makes a room look small and cramped. Use low or small scale pieces in front of a window. Likewise, try not to block your view into a room. If the room is viewed most often from another room, keep the path of sight clear to make the space visually expand. Julie-P-layout-revised

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