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1st Impressions: Waiting Room Consoles

Are you lucky enough to have a waiting room for your private practice?


Even if your waiting room is a small alcove, a pint-size vestibule, or a foyer the size of a phone booth, you can still take the decor of your private practice to the next level in 2013!


This "1st Impressions" Post Is Inspired by Designer David Hicks


Get Rid of the unorganized cluster of business cards sitting on your waiting room table. If your private practice includes office-mates who insist on displaying their business cards on the entrance table - fine. Then consider a space-saving narrow tray for the designated business cards.

Interior Designer Rachel Reider 



Atmosphere Interior Design


Consider a simple Parson-style console table


While this may sound intimidating, don't hesitate to consider hanging an over-sized mirror in your transition space. Although it might sound counter-intuitive, the reflections can make your transition area appear larger.

Consider placing a see-thru table in front of a mirror or over-sized picture. This will add dimension as well as, allow light to flow.
Designer Colleen McGill

Tiffany Eastman Interior Design



Mirrored Perfection for a Small Transition Space

Kate Collins Interiors
An IKEA Hack Made from 3 Shelves (IKEAHackers.net)


Vanessa De Vargas Designs


UPCOMING POSTS:
* The Importance of Proper Seating
* The Moodiness of Color and Art
* Accessories 


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