5 Smart Ways to Make a Small Space Feel so Much Bigger

In modern living, having a spacious room may be one of a difficult situation, so the skill to maximize the use of a room is terribly needed. If you have no interior background, then arranging your room will be quite strenuous, even though, it is actually only need you to be a bit tricky with it. Here are some of the smart and tricky ways to make it looks larger that you can try.

  1. Paint or Wallpaper the Ceiling to Make the Room Look Taller

A room with taller ceiling will make your house looks bigger. Therefore, you can paint your ceiling or put wallpaper on it as anything that draws the eye upwards and force the eye to travel around makes a room feels bigger. If you decide to paint your ceiling, we suggest you paint it with airless spray gun as it will produce you with smoother result rather than any other kind of tools, such as, brush paint, or paint roller.

  1. Set your Furniture far away from the wall

Placing your furniture away from the wall will create the illusion of spaciousness while pushing it up against the wall will make everything look and feel cramped. So, you can put desk or long table between your wall and your sofa to make it more spacious. Even just few inches in between the wall and your bigger items can make the space look more open.

  1. Use Multi-Purpose Items and Hidden Storage

Because, there is only small space for your room, so using multi-purpose items will help you save spaces. So you can buy a three store desk or chairs that can be functioned as containers to manimize your space.

  1. Hang Something in the Right Place

Put your shelves near the ceiling will draw your eye upward which results in more spacious looks. Furthermore, hang your favorite artwork can also help you heighten your room as it elongates your living room space.

  1. Use Stripes to Elongate the Space

The rules of clothes can also be applied in this case, just like vertical stripes on clothing; a striped rug will make your room appear longer. Orient the stripes to go the length of the room that is the longest for optimal effect.


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