Small is beautiful, easy, and practical. You’ll certainly make some compromises in your decorating due to space constraint. All you need is too really get organized, and make some adjustments to your lifestyle in order to live efficiently. With color, strategic furniture buying, space planning, and interesting lighting it can be achieved professionally. The feeling of being crammed in a small space can lead to a feeling of claustrophobia and the loss of the comfort and relaxation that a room should provide.
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A bedroom is not only for sleeping its used for multipurpose uses like reading, working, watching TV, etc. Box beds and headboards with hidden storage give ample storing. Nightstands withdraw are a good option.one can hang pendant light over them for that extra space. Go for vanities in bathrooms and protruding mirrors with storage behind them.
Multifunctional Pieces – Investing in furniture that serves many functions is a simple way to streamline a room. Try a vintage steamer trunk or an ottoman with built-in storage to tuck away blankets and books for a clean look. Ottomans, wall hung bars, small wine rack are all space savers yet practical and elegant. Folding tables are multipurpose they can be used for ironing, service stations. Media panels for TV now they act as library, bar, and display for artifacts. A side-cabinet can be used as a sofa back table, storage cabinet a buffet table when required. If there’s no space for a separate office, turn an armoire into one.it looks like an added decorative piece once not on use.
Mirrors are the quickest way to make a room appear larger. Wall-to-wall, full-length one against a wall or hang multiple ones salon-style to create a statement wall.
Dining tables that are small or that have drop leaves, multipurpose stools, sofa cum beds or daybed do give a cozy look. A classic acrylic chair provides necessary seating but visually disappears.
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A dead space or area in the house can be used as a store by concealing it with same color paint or mirrors. If you are lucky to have niches convert it too book rack or storage cabinets. Maximize vertical space take advantage of wall height by adding tall bookcases, cabinets or shelves, or by hanging hooks for jackets in the hallway. Stairs-turned-storage drawers are amazing, surprisingly so much wasted space lies underneath them. Make the most of it with these pull-out closets. Surround a door or window with shelves, units or cabinets to give the look of built-ins. Then run a shelf across the top from one side to the other to unite them.