How to decorate small size rooms and make them look big
Decorating small rooms is not just about designing interiors that save up on space. Compact rooms can appear as luxurious and lavish as any other that is blessed with ample space. It needs to be a fusion of space and style that exudes panache. Lack of space in the room does not mean you have to give up on either comfort or elegance.This requires both proper planning and a touch of ingenuity.
Create a Focal Point
Focal point should be a must in every room. A tempting spot that creates such a attractive hierarchy that you don’t get to see just mess. Many a times, your focal point can be only the head part of your bed, which can be amplified by arranging bold pillows. Also Windows are the one of the most beautiful and best focal points of your room.
Position Mirrors Properly
Mirrors are the easiest way to make a room appear larger. Mirrors reflect natural and artificial light which makes your room brighter during the day as well as during the night. They bounce light deep into the room, which give the illusion of depth. Placing mirrors on the walls or near to the window is an effective way to create an illusion of more open flow. You can also use mirrored cabinet doors to create a statement wall.
Pull furniture away from the wall
Keeping the furniture pushed towards the wall will make the room look even smaller and congested. Keep it away from the walls to create a illusion of bigger and more spacious room, Doesn’t matter even if the distance is just a few inches from the wall. Using small decorative elements can also create a view of a bigger room.
Use Different Shades of Same Color
Different shades of the same color for walls, rugs, and furniture creates and shows unity of colors throughout the room. It also creates a visual coherence which gives an open feel to the smaller space. It’s ok if you are not buying any new furniture. Just add a new throw, accessories or pillows of the same shade to annex the same effect. Use a lighter shade of same color to light up.
Sneak In Storage
Make the most out with every single inch of storage, stash the boxes under your bed, boost up the bed frame on the blocks if you wish to hide the luggage under the bed. A storage ottoman can provide more bedding if placed under a window. Hang your bookshelf onto an open wall space, it will give your room a classy yet smart look and will also help save a lot of space on the ground.