IN PLAIN VIEW
“In a small space, it's important to
see through furniture to the floor,
Amy says. For her nightstand, she chose a
plywood-topped table with an open metal
base to keep the bedroom light and airy.
Frosted-glass panels in both interior
and exterior doors bring more light
into rooms. “They let you look beyond the
room and make the small space feel slightly
larger,” Amy says.
A SOFTER SIDE
A wide linen panel covers the
-foot-long closet, taking up less
room than the bifold doors it replaced.
The drapery's khaki-gray color nearly
matches the wall's neutral hue, creating
a cohesive look.
8 8 SEPTEMBER2008 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS