In todays world where our homes are becoming smaller, making a room feel bigger can be a challenge, but there are several ways to achieve this without compromising on style or comfort. Here are 5 Exclusive Spaces ways on how to make a room feel bigger:
Use light colours: Light colours on the walls, flooring, and ceiling can help to reflect light and make a room feel bigger. Consider using light-coloured paint, flooring, and fabrics to create a sense of space.
Add mirrors: Mirrors can help to reflect light and make a room feel bigger. Consider adding a large mirror to a wall or using several smaller mirrors to create a sense of depth.
Use furniture that's proportionate to the room: Furniture that's too large for the space can make a room feel cramped. Choose furniture that's proportionate to the size of the room and that can be easily moved around if needed.
Use storage solutions: Clutter can make a room feel smaller. Consider using storage solutions such as shelves, cabinets, and under-bed storage to keep the room looking neat and organized and of course dont forget to declutter.
Keep the window treatments simple: Heavy window treatments can make a room feel smaller. Instead, choose light, simple window treatments that allow light to flow freely into the room.
In conclusion, making a room feel bigger doesn't have to be a challenge. By using light colours, adding mirrors, using furniture that's proportionate to the room, using storage solutions, and keeping the window treatments simple, you can create a sense of space and make a room feel bigger.
So feel free to pop into our showroom and we would be happy to help in your design journey.