Small Spaces Design ideas

  1. Keep the Floor Clear – obstacle free

We can understand you need space for necessities, but it doesn’t work if you cannot walk in the small decorated room. Here we suggest you to go for the floating pieces – shelves and nightstands. Try to keep the ground clear and use sconces and wall lights rather than floor lamps.

  1. Select Folding Pieces

A desk and a dining table is must, but not for 24×7? Install furnishings that can fold up when not required. You’ll unencumber floor space and avoid the stacks of mail and work that inevitably bring together on these surfaces. If you have got a one-wall kitchen, go for folding doors.

  1. Lighting is Important

Sometimes small spaces look dark due to non-existent windows. Must add plenty of natural lights in every room. Incorporate striking ceiling fixtures – either a lovely pendant or elegant flush mount, focusing on your ceiling height – Use table lamps for a cozy atmosphere.

  1. Mirrors

If you are not having plenty of natural light, mirror reflection can help you. It will also help to look the room bigger, by creating the illusion of more square feet.

  1. Select the Right Rug

The small rug will make the room feel small. Go for floor covering that’s large, so most of the furniture can be placed on it.

  1. Don’t Be Afraid to use Bold colors

Having a small space, still you can go with bold color and hold the size of your apartment. A dark color of paint on the walls and ceiling give the space elegant look.

  1. Keep It Cohesive

It is a challenge to fit so many things in a small space, so make sure you accept the challenge and make it fit well. Always go for limited color palette option, weather it is light and airy or dark and dramatic.

  1. Find Pieces that Earn Their Place

Go for a bed with built-in drawers with space for storage. A daybed can be a sofa cum bed.

  1. Maintain the right space between the Pieces

Don’t press up furniture against the wall and tucked so tightly together that it’s practically stacked. Make sure there is the right space between furnishings and walls. Get rid of those items which are not generally in use.

  1. Play With Scale

There are no such rules you can only go for pint-size furniture and decor in a small space. The art is to choose a few statement pieces that will draw the eye. Regular-size furniture and large-scale art go well for small spaces.