The HGTV hosts reveal a few essential measurements—from area rug size to chandelier height—that'll help you decorate your space to scale.

The Property Brothers' Design Cheat Sheet That You Need

Bring strategy into your new year's style with help from the pro's! Browse The Property Brothers' cheat sheet for designing a room-- with measurements and all.

In their new book Dream Home, the hosts of HGTV's Property Brothers reveal a few essential measurements—from area rug size to chandelier height—that'll help you decorate your space to scale.

The Property Brothers' Design Cheat Sheet That You Need

The Property Brothers Design Cheat Sheet In their new book Dream Home, the HGTV hosts reveal a few essential measurements—from area rug size to chandelier height—that'll help you decorate your space to scale.

32 Design Tips We Learned From the Property Brothers | Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott on HGTV's Buying and Selling | HGTV

32 Design Tips We Learned From the Property Brothers

KITCHEN, AFTER: Removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room has created an open concept in this Atlanta home. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with modern appliances and granite countertops and an island that also has room for a breakfast bar.

Chandeliers and Hanging Fixtures Leave about 66 inches from the floor to the bottom of a dining table fixture. This leaves enough room for a centerpiece and doesn’t block the sight lines of people at the table—but it still leaves the table well lit.   For rectangular tables longer than 6 feet, an elongated fixture or two chandeliers may be necessary.   Read more: http://www.oprah.com/home/The-Property-Brothers-Design-Cheat-Sheet_1#ixzz45Yb6KCKe

The Property Brothers' Design Cheat Sheet That You Need

Chandeliers and Hanging Fixtures Leave about 66 inches from the floor to the bottom of a dining table fixture. This leaves enough room for a centerpiece and doesn’t block the sight lines of people at the table—but it still leaves the table well lit.

Headboards The standard height of a headboard is 48 inches from the floor to its top, which leaves about 24 inches from the top of the mattress to the top of the headboard. Higher-end headboards tend to be 55 to 68 inches, which works much better for us as we are tall. You want it to be comfortable enough to lean back against and read this book. Be careful about hanging artwork above the headboard, as you want to ensure you won’t knock your head on it.   Read more…

The Property Brothers' Design Cheat Sheet That You Need

Headboards The standard height of a headboard is 48 inches from the floor to its top, which leaves about 24 inches from the top of the mattress to the top of the headboard. Higher-end headboards tend to be 55 to 68 inches.

Luxury kitchen and bath furnishings and fixtures that make a grand visual impression with a small ecological footprint.

Light fixture-Luxury kitchen and bath furnishings and fixtures that make a grand visual impression with a small ecological footprint.

Pinterest
Search