Small House With Colorful, Bohemian Touches

Designer Jenny Norris made this small house live larger than it is through the use of bold decor and smart lighting. Bohemian accents give the house a fun, playful personality thanks to an infusion of bright colors and eye-catching patterns and textures.
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July 10, 2015

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Photo By: Jenny Norris

Big Personality in Small Space

Designer Jenny Norris chose a colorful rug to balance the solid navy sectional. Small gold tables are versatile and don't occupy valuable square footage in the small living room.

Add Greenery to Small Spaces

Designer Jenny Norris placed small potted plants on the coffee table instead of books, a lively and low-maintenance addition to the living room.

Transitional Dining Room With Industrial Vibe

Galvanized chairs and a pared-down chandelier add an industrial touch to the dining room.

Small Transitional Kitchen & Dining Room

Beyond the dining room, the galley kitchen is naturally a tight space. Designer Jenny Norris kept things bright and open with stark white walls and light-colored countertops.

Tidy & Trim Console Table

Designer Jenny Norris increased her client's storage by pairing an open console table with handsome storage bins. Above, a large black-and-white photograph adds a touch of drama.

Chic Jewelry Bowl

Forget the jewelry box – stash keepsakes in unique dishes and bowls that fit the personality of the room.

Transitional Bedroom With Navy-Blue Headboard

A blue and white palette brings a clean and classic aesthetic to the bedroom. A few simple accessories – a hand-dyed bedspread, an inlaid table and a woven basket – inject the space with bohemian panache and personality.

Style Your Nightstand

Soften your bedside table with a woven placement. The inexpensive textile is the perfect spot for a sweating glass of water and a lovely backdrop for nighttime reads.

Stack Books on Your Dresser

Instead of using a tray, stack books on the dresser to create a restricted area for knickknacks and jewelry.

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