While the Day System is specifically designed for the living room, nothing prevents you from taking these smart, individual modules into the dining room or the bedroom. In fact, they can be combined to craft a small, exquisite workstation in pretty much any empty corner of your home. Combining open and closed shelves elegantly, the many finishes and hues of the Day System ensure that you will never have to change your chosen color scheme just for the sake of the wall unit.
The sculptural fireplace below is a stunner! Also of interest in this space: a textured rug and a tall plant in a container that appears to be part planter and part basket. If you have a fireplace, why not make it the focal point of your space? Surrounding it with inviting seating is one way to go, especially if you add extra pillows and throws for the chilly months ahead. In addition to the gorgeous marble fireplace, the room below sports a backless sofa, a sectional sofa, and a coffee table that doubles as an ottoman.
This is a perfect example of how symmetry can elevate the appeal of the small attic room. The twin table lamps in orange, the placement of the stools and even the chandelier in the context of the backdrop play a major role in defining the ambiance of the room. Repeating an accent color in more than one place and using visual symmetry can greatly enhance the appeal of such small spaces. Finally, we have a large attic that has enough space for a dedicated second kitchen, a pool table and a fabulous living area. A window seat in the attic is also a great choice and gives you an additional seating option when you invite guests over for a game night. Remember, though, that you will need to take the necessary permits and check the building code requirements before giving your attic that much needed makeover this holiday season.
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