Ways to Fill an Awkward, Empty Corner - MAIA HOMES

Ways to Fill an Awkward, Empty Corner

An empty corner in a room can be an awkward eyesore. But with a little creativity, it can also be turned into a stylish and practical part of the room.
red corner nook

1. Bookshelf

One way to fill an empty corner is with a bookshelf or a bar cart. Whether it's used to display favorite novels, family photos, or art objects, a bookshelf can be both functional and decorative.
bar cart in a corner in a home

2. Mirror

Another option is to hang a mirror in the corner. Mirrors reflect light and make a space feel larger, which can be especially helpful in small rooms.
Pop Art Wavy Floor Mirror

3. Plants

For a more organic look, consider adding plants. Tall plants like fiddle leaf figs and rubber trees can help to fill empty space while also purifying the air.
indoor plant near living room

4. Sitting Nook

Creating a functional nook for your reading time is a great idea to fill up an empty corner. Simply place a chair, a stool, or both to the corner and place a book, candle, or a small plant. You can easily see the visual difference. 
sitting nook boho style

5. Art

Finally, one of the most versatile ways to fill an empty corner is with art. Whether it's a painting, sculpture, or simply a few well-chosen prints, art can add color, texture, and visual interest to any space. With so many options available, there's no need to let an empty corner go to waste.
 Vintage Bird Art Prints| Bird Poster
 

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.