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Small-scaled traditional furniture and art works on the walls add visual interest to this studio apartment room decorated by Cynthia Edmunds of New York. The room also features double-sided curtains with a floral pattern on one side, checks on the other. The sofa cover is reversible, too. By night, that sofa is a single bed. 
 (Associated Press / The Spokesman-Review)
Small-scaled traditional furniture and art works on the walls add visual interest to this studio apartment room decorated by Cynthia Edmunds of New York. The room also features double-sided curtains with a floral pattern on one side, checks on the other. The sofa cover is reversible, too. By night, that sofa is a single bed. (Associated Press / The Spokesman-Review)

I'm still a little sore from moving my piano Friday. We got a new sofa. You know what that means--- time to rearrange the furniture. Only thing is, I'm NOT a visual person. I have to move each piece to see if I like it there or not. This drives the men in my home crazy, so I send them away and do it all myself. The antique piano is on wheels, but still it is very heavy. I didn't move it far :-)

How about the rest of you? Are you visual? Can you imagine the way you want something to look and have it turn out that way?




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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.