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Issue: # 1 January/2008
Greetings,
 

Happy New Year! Welcome to the first issue of SPACES' newsletter. As a subscriber, you will receive informative emails with inspirational photos, practical solutions, decorating tips, featured items and up and coming  in-store events. We have a great calender of events planned for you our valued customer this year. So stay tuned as this is the beginning of it all!
 
5 Ways to Maximize Your Small Space
TRUNK SET "The dimensions define the space, not the style." That's an oh so true quote from designer and actress Libby Langdon, a small space consultant on HGTV's Small Space, Big Style.
 

Savvy small-space dwellers have lots of tricks for maximizing their square footage. Here are five to get you started.

1.       Reflect on it: Furnishings that reflect - mirrors, mirrored panels, furniture and metallic pieces - add more than just a satisfying shimmer. Strategically placed, they can enhance the feeling of light and space

2.       Get focused: Creating focal points in your small space can make it seem more interesting and spacious. Paint one wall a darker color, create a pool of light with a low-hanging light fixture or assemble artwork on one wall to create an uncluttered gallery effect.

3.       Savvy storage: A side table created out of a stack of trunks. An ottoman that pops open to hold extra bed linen. A wire cart in the kitchen. And shelves, shelves, shelves. When it comes to storage in a small space, where there is a will, there is a way. Need even more storage? Raise your bed so storage boxes fit underneath.

4.     It's OK to display: Like to collect, but don't like clutter? Display collections on floating shelves where they add color and style without creating a mess.

5.       Be negative: A small, cluttered space feels more claustrophobic. That's why "negative space," or the air between objects, is crucial to creating a more open feeling. "Position furniture so there's comfortable moving and living space between items. Your room will feel bigger - and you won't have bruised shins."

 
 
 
 
What We Love
 
"The only constant is change", the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus said.
 
But there's another thing you can count on; clutter. And as life changes, you're bound to need new ways to store, streamline and simplify.It's a new year, a new beginning, a chance to start a fresh. 2007 is behind us and we look forward and wait in anticipation for what 2008 will bring us. What better way to start the year than to clear your mind and your home to make way for what is to come.
 
lined willow basketBaskets, Boxes and Trunks
 
Lined willow baskets are a great way to store a variety of items. The cloth liners make these perfect for storing bath towels & supplies.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
woven check storage Woven check storage baskets are ideal for storing magazines, toys or just about anything left lying around the house.
 

 

 
 

china bay side trunk "Functional Furniture" why not make a statement and hide clutter at the same time with this Asian-inpsired China Bay side truck.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SHELL TILE BOXES
Who
says you have to compromise on style for functionality. These decorative capiz sea shell boxes do double duty by providing extra storage as well.
Thank you all for your support in 2007 and all the kind words of encouragement and best wishes. As we begin a new year we at SPACES promise to provide you, our valued customer, with fresh and exciting  new products to satisfy your decorating desires.
 
Sincerely,
 

Janelle Pantry
Spaces Ltd
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