If you’ve got a small living space, and you would like to take a lot from it – you have no right to miss any of our Tips and Tricks! Today we continue our Know-How. Missed the first part of our “big story”? Not a big deal! You can get to read our designers’ advice for small living rooms here.
So, back on track! For a slightly squeezed room it is better to choose small scale furniture. Choose furniture in a size appropriate for the room. And assuming the people who will use it. Avoid bulky extra details where possible. The armless chair might be less comfortable, but its shape won’t make a small room feel stuffed.
Don’t block the light coming into the room space from the window. Take advantage of available light to help enlarge the small space. Keep window treatments simple and avoid heavy layers of fabric. For a palette, use white or pale colors to increase the brightness of a room by reflecting light.
Choose graceful furniture with exquisite legs because they take up less ‘visual’ space. As you can see under and through these pieces of furniture, it seems like the space is larger. Use slender wall shelves instead of eating up floor space.
White code can save the room. A small living room escapes feeling constrained due to white walls and upholstery, and pale floors. Though it requires more care, it is worth it. The elements of the room are united by white, making together the complete ensemble of the light color living room.
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