Tuesday’s Tip: Small Spaces

If you have a small space, try incorporating an acrylic piece of furniture. This will help the room “breathe” and take up less visual space. Click here for more uses of acrylic furniture.

 

Tuesday’s Tip: Designing With Lucite

Hi, I’m Susi, a blogger for Design Shuffle, a social media site where designers and design lovers can showcase their projects and find inspiration. I’m excited to be guest blogging here at Stacy Naquin Interiors today. Stacy and I share a love for Lucite chairs so my Tuesday’s Tips guest post is all about decorating ideas for gorgeous, glamorous Lucite chairs. Enjoy!

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Lucite chairs are a perfect choice for this pretty, feminine dining room. The chairs shimmer in the pastel room but don’t add competing color.

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In a monochrome white space, like this foyer, a Lucite chair is a nice addition. The Lucite doesn’t add color but adds light, as well as a place to sit or put your bag.

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In a small room, a Lucite chair provides seating without adding to the visual weight of the space. A pillow or throw can call attention to the clear chair. This is perfect for a small living room design!

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This eclectic dining table and chairs works with the addition of the Lucite chair. The Ghost chair has classic lines but the material makes it feel contemporary, blending the different interior design styles at the table.

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Lucite can mix so easily with contemporary or antique furniture. This Lucite chair has great lines that work well with the formality of the traditional style desk.

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A Lucite version of a classic ballroom, or Chivari, chair has a contemporary feel to it. These would look great in an eat in kitchen or in a hall.

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A smoky Lucite chair is the perfect choice for this glass desk that also has a smoky tint. The two take up very little visual space, but can make a big impact in a living room, bedroom or den design.

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This Lucite armchair has great Art Deco lines. The white seat keeps the chair feeling grounded and creates a more comfortable seat.

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Thank you to Stacy Naquin Interiors for allowing Susi to visit today! If you’d like to check out more, visit Design Shuffle, a place to learn about interior design styles and much more!