Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Wiggle Room.

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It is not uncommon for us to “bust a move” in our living spaces. In fact, we do it all the time and I as a result we need lots of wiggle room. In addition, with two children running wild, wiggle room is a must! For today’s post, I am going to define the term wiggle room to be when one is able to  move around freely in a space without stubbing ones toes on a piece of furniture.


Choosing the right size sofa for a living space is paramount for the existence of wiggle room. I’ve visited homes where there was so much furniture in the living space that I could only walk sideways in order to avoid bumping into an item. It’s usually a relief to return to my home where I can walk freely in my abundance of wiggle room.


No stubbing ones toes in this space. It’s no surprise that it is a space belonging to the Novogratz family; lots of wiggle room for playing and or dancing.

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a lone sofa with a pouf for perching ones feet though simple in design provides ample opportunity for kiddos to enjoy the space in a carefree manner and adults can easily do the Moon Walk if they so desire. How do you feel about the amount of furniture in a space? Is wiggle room important to you? Blessings and have a wonderful Tuesday. XX

{images: atcasa, frenchbydesign, houseto your home}

16 comments :

  1. This is a great post Stacey and you bring up an important factor to consider when decorating a room. Wiggle room and plenty of dance space.. love that! I also need wiggle room on my shelves and counters :)

    xxLeslie

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  2. It's interesting that to people from other countries, our houses in Australia often look empty - or so they say - we must like a lot of space around our furniture. So I guess we like lots of wiggle room, you could say! x

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  3. I was curious to see what you meant by wiggle room at first, I just love love love that 2nd image! I agree plenty of wiggle room is needed regardless of whether you have kids or not... I like to have the wii on sometime and that requires plenty of wiggle room, as does a victory dance too! Ha ha!
    x.o.x.o

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  4. Oh goodness.....THAT FIRST ROOM, with the orange chairs? MINE! I love the photos you chose, because the meld modern (I would never pick them on my own since I am not sure how to) and with the classical...both together are SENSATIONAL and unexpected. LOVE THE WIGGLE ROOM, STACY! Anita

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  5. i LOVE wiggle room - but i have ZERO wiggle room - i have a SMALL house with over sized furniture - that's why i want to get my basement finished - and raise the roof on the 2nd floor to give us 'wiggle room'

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  6. I love all of theses, but especially the last one. So simple.

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  7. I have been looking for a good sofa FOREVER and may have found a good Jonathan Adler version. If I didn't have to match a custom console, I would be all over the blue tufted version and white armchair in the other picture!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  8. Hi Stacey,
    Love the title of this post!!
    Would love to have more 'wiggle room' , I'm often climbing over boys trainers and dogs!
    Dreaming of a room like image 2.
    Hope you are all well, and it was a joy to see photos of your wonderful family in your last post
    Hope you have a lovely day,
    Liz x

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  10. Dear Stacey, these are so gorgeous! I've been away from the blog world a looong time because of unexpected health issues, and doubt you'd even remember me, but I've never forgotten your lovely blog. I finally got back into my old, dormant account, and hope I'll have the ability to drop by once in a while. Sending good wishes. -Jude

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  14. so, so necessary, especially with little ones running around! But is it me or are two throw pillows tres massive for that little sofa! I clearly have pillows on the brain. Happy Hump Day lady.

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