Even if you might not necessarily be the type to be bothered by a cramped living space, there is no denying that it is often tied to stress. You might not think it’s a big deal, but if you happen to have a stressful day at work, coming home to a cramped space can add even more frustration to the stress of your day. The worst part is that for many, there is no real way to be stress-free by adding more physical space, when someone lives in an apartment, or perhaps one of the ever-popular tiny homes!Stress-Free Methods to Make Cramped Homes Feel More Inviting! #stressfree #homedecor #homeorganization Click To Tweet
Fortunately, you do not have to worry about making any drastic changes to get the job done. There are ways to make cramped homes feel less like the walls are closing in and more accommodating. Here are just a few stress-free methods to follow along with!
Giving your bathroom the royal treatment
While a cramped living space might not be something you can help, it does not mean that you cannot give yourself the best treatment. For example, a small bathroom might make you think it’s impossible to make too many improvements, but there are plenty of ways to make things lovely without tearing the space apart.
Why not changed out the mirror for one that is pre-lit? Or perhaps a pretty new faucet! One of my favorite things to do in a bathroom is change out the shower head for a different one, or, take that to the next level and add a luxurious shower enclosure! Wanna go even bigger? Add in improvements to turn your space into a steam shower! It does not need too much space, and what you get in return is an excellent way to melt away the stress after a hard day at work. You can find a variety of affordable amenities at resources such as http://www.jtspas.co.uk.
Giving your home the illusion of space without putting in too much effort
Many homeowners living in little or cramped living spaces have probably already given up on trying to make their home feel more spacious than it is due to how challenging it can be. If you don’t have an inspiration, it’s not the most stress-free process in the world. After all, you can only do so much before your home starts to feel barren rather than spacious. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can get the job done.
- Making use of glass furniture. If there is one thing that can help promote the feeling of a spacious environment, it would be the use of glass furniture. For most cramped apartments, you can only do so much, and there is often just enough space to go around. However, through the use of glass furniture, your home can feel bigger than it is by allowing people to see past the furniture.
- Making use of rounded edges. For those who do not understand why they feel so cramped in a small living space, it is likely due to all of the corners and edges. It can make you feel as if you are trapped in a prison in some cases. Fortunately, the use of rounded edges can make a tiny home feel more comfortable despite the lack of space.
By making use of the tips above, you are providing the illusion of space without necessarily having to go out of your way to get the job done. It’s a stress-free win-win, right?
What have YOU done to create more space in YOUR home?
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