How to decorate your apartment with furniture and a desk

The article includes a detailed list of furniture, including tables, desks, couches and chairs, and furniture from local designers.

“A couple of things to keep in mind, if you’re using a large or small desk, you’re probably going to need to add a lot of padding,” Ms Legg says.

“If you’re doing a small, you need to make sure that you have enough padding.”

The article also includes advice on using wallpaper for the living room, bedroom and dining room.

It recommends using white and red for the kitchen, while grey and blue are the most popular for bedrooms and bathrooms.

“I like to use a palette of colours and textures to give my home a little bit of character,” Ms Lefgren says.

She also recommends using “a couple of pieces of wood in the corner of the room, or hanging a curtain in the kitchen”.

“You can use them for different purposes.”

Ms Leckg says her favourite furniture designs for a “big, old-fashioned feel” are “all of them” – and they are all available in different sizes and colours.

“You need to look for a balance between space, colour and weight,” she says.

“[I’m] not saying to throw out everything, just find something that is versatile.”

“You want to have the space for things, but you also want to be able to have it for a bit of an extension of your own personal space.”

In other words, you can’t have too much furniture, but not enough space.

“The key to doing that is just keeping things small and being flexible with how you use them,” Ms Gurney says.