Style with Color
Color can open up a space and add original style. A prefab space has unique features for maximizing space, a Chicago space becomes a hideout for storage ideas, a New Yorker colors her apartment 14 hues and a London space gets stylish.
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Even though the main room is one big space, Jeanie has arranged the furniture to create distinctive 'rooms.' The foyer leads to the living room, which abuts the library that opens to Little Bit's territory (her bulldog's chair). The dining area functions mostly as a work space for her thriving photo archiving business. A distressed Asian buffet houses all her work supplies and stereo equipment and allows for quick cleanup when meeting with clients at home. She describes the playful room as "a dash of PeeWee's Playhouse, a pop culture merchandise museum and a little dash of Romper Room."