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Remember to Think Big

You've heard not to buy a bulky couch or a clunky TV console for a small living room, but go big with this: artwork. Large art fills unused vertical space, which leads the eye up to give the illusion there's more height, says Cheryl Eisen, the founder of the home staging firm Interior Marketing Group that appears on Bravo's Million Dollar Listing New York.