DIY and Tips

Small Space Design Ideas

01-20-2016



Short on square footage? Living in high-rise towers sometimes can be a struggle, especially when it comes to designing the space to make it look huge. Bring in a couple of furniture into your space and before you know it the room looks cluttered already. But living small should not be keep you from making your home feel spacious. Here are big design ideas for your small space.

Storage is key. Being able to use every nook and cranny of your condo unit is essential. Therefore, maximizing storage space is very important. In buying furniture, consider those with extra storage space.

Trick a Small Space into Looking Bigger. Choose a “statement furniture” that can fill the room. Instead of buying several small piece for the seating area, opt for a huge couch “with attitude” – this brings focus into your living space and effectively decrease the cluttered look.

Space it Out. Instead of pushing your furniture against the wall, consider placing a thin console in between the wall and your sofa. Creating a breathing room around your furniture gives the appearance of more space.

Leave the Windows Uncovered. Utilize natural lighting -- more light gives space depth. If privacy is a concern, use blinds or a roman shade instead of curtains for a cleaner look.

De-Clutter Relentlessly. Living in a small space means taking out all the unnecessary things that you have not used in a long time. Keeping them will take valuable space away from important things.

Purchase glass or Lucite furniture. Consider Investing in Lucite and glass pieces. They are in style right now they provide function without taking too much space.

 

These are simple ways to help make your home look spacious. Since it is you space, have fun designing according to your taste -- let your imagination run wild!

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