Your apartment feels overcrowded? These 5 tips will help you!
Posted on Monday, January 20 2020 02:30:00 PM in News by Spaze Furniture
1# Hang shelves near the ceiling!
Although this might make your room feel a bit shorter, hanging shelves near the ceiling maximizes vertical storage in a space you would not use for anything else. One ceiling shelf can accommodate as much as a bookshelf without taking any floor space this can really clear up and give a new look to your tiny room.
2# Choose the right size furniture for your room!
We all know if can be difficult to find the perfect couch our coffee table, but with online shopping you can search hundreds of pieces in just a couple clicks ensuring you get exactly what you need. Make sure you measure your room before going shopping and remember in small living rooms, one large couch instead of multiple small pieces actually decreases the look of clutter and makes a room feel bigger.
3# Furniture with expose legs!
This is something you would never notice unless you are in the business, having furniture with exposed legs really allows the room to breathe. It doesn’t matter if the legs are wood or metal make sure your sofa has some!
4# Mirrors, duh!
Okay I’m sure you are heard this before but just in case, make sure you home have some strategically placed mirrors. We also suggest you spend some extra and ditch those cheap plastic framed mirrors, instead look for mirrors with bold frames or if your budget allows get yourself a full-size wall mirror, you won’t regret it.
This suggestion might be too radical for some, but it does work under the right circumstances. Stripes are great for elongating your space, the easiest way to achieve this look is to get a striped rug and orient the stripes to go the length of the room for optimal effect.
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