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When decorating small spaces, Andrew Bowen concentrates not just on whether the couch will fit, but on scale—the proportion between said couch and the room it occupies, the table beside it, the rug, everything. Are the parts in harmony or conflict? Too small for the room and the furnishings will look, well, small (our full-size sofa will never fit where that love seat is!); too large and they’ll look crammed into the space (this room won’t even hold a full-size sofa!).
Dining area

Break fast counter

living area

Living room

Bed room

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