How to Make the Most of Small Space

Decorating is something we all like to do. But the trouble may arise when there’s some small space that has to be dealt with. Luckily, today there are many tricks you can use to make a small space seem larger. Not only this, but squeezing in as much usable space as possible can also be a great way to add some life into a small space. Of course, this doesn’t mean you’ll have to renovate the whole room as sometimes even the smallest changes will be enough. So, if you decide to take on this project, make sure you keep on reading.

image 2Get the Most of Your Furniture

When dealing with a small space, it’s important to get the most of every single feature in the room. This is especially the case with furniture, which takes up a lot of space. The best way to make some extra space is to get multifunctional furniture. For example, you can always get a dining table that can serve as a desk as well. Also, if you’re looking for a sofa, make sure you choose one that can double and serve as a guest bed. You can also get a nice-looking ottoman that can also be used as a chair.

Hang Something on Your Walls

In such a small space, it’s important to use every empty spot. This means that you can’t leave your walls completely empty. First of all, this can be a great opportunity to get some extra storage space. You can easily hang a shelf or a cabinet on your wall and use it to store your books, clothes or CDs. Not just that but, you can also think about getting a coat hanger for your wall. Having one will help you use the free space on your wall and save some in your closet. If there any empty spots left, you can always hang a painting.

image 3Extend Room Visually

If there’s not a lot of free space left, you can always use some tricks to make the whole room look bigger. One of the best ways to do this is to hang a mirror on your wall. There’s nothing better for a small space than mirror, as these are known to extend small spaces visually. Another great way to do this is to get some curtains. Just make sure the ones you choose go all the way from the ceiling to the floor. Also, bear in mind that clutter is always going to make a room feel smaller. Therefore, make sure you keep your small space neat and orderly.

image 4Establish Separate Zones

If you want to get the most out of your small space, it’s always a good idea to try to establish separate zones. These zones should be established according to the different activities you plan to do in that room. First of all, you should find the right spot for every activity. If you plan to put a desk in your small space, you should always put it somewhere close to a window. If you want to add a dining table to the room as well, make sure you choose a spot that can fit at least 2 chairs. It’s also a good idea to choose one color for each zone in order to make them look like separate rooms.

Replace the Doors

Another thing that can take up too much space in a small room are the doors. Standard doors are never a good option for small-sized rooms. It’s a much better idea to get bi fold doors which won’t take too much space while they’re opened. They will let in a lot of natural light which is great for small spaces. You should always aim at using natural light instead of artificial light. Another great thing about these doors is that you can have them custom made. So no matter what size of your room is, you can have these doors installed.

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Make sure you follow all of these tips, keep your room tidy, and your small space is guaranteed to look great. Let your creativity flow and keep searching for new ways to get the most of your small space.

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