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Step 1: use color
Use vibrant paint. Contrary to popular belief, white does not make a room look bigger; The deepest colors do it by making the corners disappear. If you want to use a light color, give the space an accent wall in a darker tone; It lengthens the room making the wall seem to recede.
If you have carpets, paint the sockets of the same color.
Step 2: Avoid small furniture.
Avoid small furniture. It may seem counterintuitive, but some large pieces work better in a modestly sized room than many small pieces of furniture, which only make a room look messy.
Step 3: Use two mirrors.
Place the mirrors on the walls facing each other to produce the illusion of a room that goes on and on.
Choose mirrors with thick glass, which better reflects the dimension.
Step 4: choose complementary furniture
Choose furniture in tones that complement each other. Having many colors and competing patterns makes a room look smaller.
Step 5: Leave it in the light.
Use transparent curtains that can be completely removed from the windows during the day; The dark rooms seem smaller. Hang the curtain rod near the ceiling and ask it to extend beyond the sides of the window; this gives the illusion of a larger window, and therefore a larger room.
Step 6: Tile it
In kitchens and small bathrooms, use subway tiles (3-by-6-inch ceramic tiles) to add depth, or glass tiles, that reflect light.
Did you know?
Did you know? Japan invented the capsule hotel concept, which offers rooms as small as 75 square feet.
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