Saturday, May 29, 2010

Decorating with Second Spaces

Second Spaces has some new furniture out that is perfect for summer and is so unique that you have to put it in your home! (Please be aware that not all furniture shown is from Second Spaces. I wanted to show how different pieces could be used in a room. All credits will be listed below)

First up is the Sophia Living Set which would go perfectly in a summer beach home with its soft pink colors and lazy day type of of poses. The set comes with the table, tulips, rug, room divider, chaise and wall cabinet. I put my set up in the Molto Bene! Seaside Bungalow.

Next is the cutest tile coffee table that I put in my living room looks like a scrabble board game!

Check it out! I love the details on this and I think it is a very original idea. I like how all the words shown are SL related.

For my reading corner I put out the Second Space's Zebra table that went great with my Gbberish Jungle Cat Armchair.

Last but not least is the Max's Painted Dresser! This reminds me of a weekend DIY project that I would do in RL but my results would not turn out as nice as this! Because this dresser is so unique it doesn't have to be limited to a bedroom, you could use it in any room of your house.

Second Spaces has a lot of great pieces of furniture and home accessories to check out and also participates in the Second Life Daily Deals and the once a month Spruce Up Your Space. So tp to Second Spaces and keep up with the blogs to see what could be on sale!

Other Credits:
Picture one: Second Spaces Sophia Living Set and Molte Bene! Seaside Bungalow
Picture two: Second Spaces Tile Coffee Table and pile o' games, Kopi Retro Brown Sofa, Rockberry Corner Chairs (no longer available), nordari. goldie rug and redberry lamp (free), La'Licious Cup of Tea
Picture three: Second Spaces Tile Coffee Table
Picture four: Second Spaces Zebra Table,Gbberish Jungle Cat Armchair, nordari. flowergarden lamp (free), iTuTu Biblio Mania 3, Dutchie Newspapers
Picture five: Second Spaces Max's Painted Dresser

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