Focal Points

Every room needs a focal point. Usually, it's a fireplace, spectacular chandelier, or a statement work of art. If none of these work for you, an easy fix is to use a contrasting color on one wall - usually the wall opposite or perpendicular to the entry wall. A good-sized mirror used in an attractive seating area not only creates a focal point but its reflective quality adds sparkle and enhances the size of the room. In a small room, a special piece of furniture creates an effective focal point. In this case it was a large, lively poof (with added purposes of serving as a cocktail table and ottoman.)

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