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Designing the Interiors for Small Spaces

Keep it minimal

With small house, the mantra should be to keep it minimal. You can’t afford to make the place look cluttered and clogged with an overload of belongings. Rather, the focus should be on to de-clutter the space and make it appear light, not heavy. When your space is less occupied, you can move or walk in properly and feel like living in a spacious setting. Why would you stuff the space with items when you know it can take up the same area you need for movement! This is why minimalism works, more so when you deal with space issues in the house.

Furniture with versatility in mind

Furniture does occupy a lot of space in the house. It often creates the visual sparks and elegance of the desired variety. More importantly, the big and bulky pieces not only stylize the area but give a feel of opulence. Sadly though, your small spaces won’t allow the freedom to go full-hog with the furniture of choice. So, you have to go for versatile pieces that serve dual purposes together and that you can double up and fold up to economize the space perfectly.

Subtle use of glass items

Glass is a kind of material that reflects light and make spaces appear bigger than they actually are. This is why some homeowners use it aptly more often than not in order to get the assumption of spacious rooms. Secondly, whatever glass items you have need to be placed strategically in order to deliver the results they are meant for. Never let them occupy areas in front of doors or near the window. You can also use paintings and wall units to get the same effect if you live in small spaces.

Use the colors sensibly

Nothing creates as much visual magic as colors do. If you knew how to harness their hues and shades, your small space would enliven beyond imagination. The best thing about colors is, their effect is no reliant on the shape, size and structure of a house. But yes, you should go with light and warm colors as they make spaces look bigger than they actually are. Plus, they can create a soothing effect in the room, help brighten up the mood and inspire creativity. You can expect a top interior designer to add some darker tones as and where needed to create a more playful appearance.