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7 tips to make your room feel bigger

We all want more space right? But how can you magic it up in your own home? Well there are some easy go to's that can help you decorate a small space to make it look bigger.


1: Use light colours. Light colours can make a space feel more open and airy. Think about using light-coloured paint on the walls which will bounce light around the room plus light-coloured furniture and accessories for a really light filled space.




2: Use mirrors: Mirrors can create the illusion of more space by reflecting light and making the room feel larger. Try placing a large mirror on one of the walls opposite a window for maximum impact. Or adding multiple mirrors on a dark staircase can help bounce light along the space - great for a terraced house.



3: Opt for multifunctional furniture: Choose furniture that serves more than one purpose, such as a sofa bed or a storage ottoman. This can help you save space and make the most of your small area.



4: Use vertical space: When floor space is limited, make use of vertical space by adding shelving, tall bookcases, or hanging plants.



5: Minimize clutter: A cluttered space can make a small room feel even smaller. Keep surfaces clean and organized, and avoid using too many accessories or decor items.



6: Let in natural light: Natural light can make a space feel brighter and more open. Avoid heavy curtains or window treatments that block natural light.



7: Create a focal point: A well-placed focal point, such as a piece of art or a statement piece of furniture, can draw the eye and make the room feel more spacious.



Remember that decorating a small space requires a bit of creativity and strategic thinking, but with these tips, you can make the most of your space and create a comfortable, stylish home.


For help with making your space feel bigger and work harder for you then give me an informal call and see how I can help you.


Photo credits: Rachel Petersco, halfwaywholistic.com, 1dtDibs.com, West Elm, Etsy, deisgnsetter.de, Francois et moi. lifeofsy

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