Decoration and how to make the best use of a small corner desk



Corners are those portions of a room that are often neglected. When placing varied types of furniture in a room, most people tend to ignore the corners. Most of the times, furniture is placed against the walls perpendicularly leaving the center area empty as well as empty corner space. However, this imparts an unbalanced as well as an incomplete look to the room. Filling up the corner space shall add on to the beauty of the room. Corner space can be filled easily through employment of varied items. Any room, whether small or large, can be well arranged and decorated with these simple corner decoration ideas –

Corner Tables – Today, corner tables have gained extreme popularity as they create a functional space and also add on to décor of the room.  They are the perfect selections for filling any sort of corner space. Whether small space or large space, corner tables can be used for both. Small corner tables can be used for placing small table lamps, sculptures, vases, bowls and even a nice telephone, etc. As a result, space is also utilized optimally and the purpose of decoration is also catered.  In addition, the corner space becomes a functional part of the area which was otherwise totally wasted. It is doubtless that rooms start appearing very stylish and chic after filling of large empty corner spaces.

Plants – Plants are always known as versatile nature elements that add to the décor of room. Fresh plants as well as artificial plants both look equally good, if placed in an empty corner space or a corner space with a table. However, fresh plant can only be used if there is sufficient sunlight. On the other hand, artificial plants are ideal for all corner spaces without the need of any terms and conditions.

Light Stands – Light stands placed in empty corner space of a room also look simply stunning. Besides, providing an extra lighting source to the room, the stands are known to impart an open feel to the room. The light stands can also be placed beside a book shelf or behind diagonally placed sofas. No matter wherever you place the light stand, all you need to ensure that the path of light is not blocked and light reaches other areas of the room without any sort of obstruction.


Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on January 28th, 2011

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