Are you a person who has a boring or small space in your house? One that seems too small or one you just don’t know how to handle? Perhaps it’s a blank canvas, but the room consistently becomes the junk room full of clutter?
Whether it’s an office or a study in a large house or a small bedroom or living room, people often get stuck when it comes to making their small spaces look good. How do you masquerade the feeling of space when it looks so cramped and claustrophobic?
Well, not to fear! Here are seven tips for bringing life and vibrancy into your small space!
Unless you have thousands upon thousands of square feet in your home, and just a couple people living there, you’re probably always looking for little ways to make your small space look bigger. Am I right? I know I’M always looking for little and EFFECTIVE ways to make OUR spaces look bigger! So when Christopher Austin sent me this post full of actual “technical” ways to make space look bigger through light, movement and scale…wow! I LOVE it! Check out his ideas…
Property is expensive and it is often necessary to compromise on the location or space in order to make our home look bigger and feel more comfortable. Having a smaller house does have advantages but it can also feel claustrophobic; thankfully there are many ways you can make your home seem much larger than it is:
Shelves are essential in a home because they’re excellent for storage. However, they can also be used to create the illusion of space. Shelves on a wall which go all the way to the ceiling will naturally draw your eye upwards; making the room feel bigger and brighter.