Everything counts in a small space, so we decided to collect some ideas so you can make your bedroom look bigger. These following clever tricks can easily fool one’s eyes!
Small rooms can feel confining and uncomfortable. But certain design concepts fool the eye and make interiors seem much more spacious than they are. Color techniques, furniture arranging and smart lighting are just some of the topics we cover in this post. We hope these ideas will inspire you!
CHOOSE LIGHT COLORS AND CLEVER CONTRASTS
It is a known fact that light colors make a room look bigger and brighter. Light and bright walls are more reflective, making a space feel open and airy, which helps maximize the effect created by natural light. Remember that dark colors, on the other hand, tend to absorb light, making a room look smaller.
Select soft tones of off-white, blue and green, and always remember that brighter rooms look bigger and more inviting.
Mirrors can make your room look larger. Use a focal point and angle your mirrors toward it to give the illusion of depth. Mirrors also reflect both natural and artificial light to make a room brighter during the day and night. They bounce light deep into the room, making it appear larger.
Placing a mirror near a window to reflect the outdoors is especially effective. Mirrors on the walls and glass tabletops will give your room a more open feel. You can also use mirrored cabinet doors to make spaces feel larger.
MAXIMIZE YOUR FURNITURE ARRANGEMENT
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Sometimes furniture can take up a lot of space. To avoid that, use multi-functional furniture, such as a chest that can be used as a coffee table, a sofa bed or a bed with drawers for storage underneath.
Place larger pieces of furniture against the walls to maximize the open space. Scale your furniture to fit the size of the room, and don’t block pathways!
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