By . Living Room. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 21:29:14 PM.
When you have a tiny space, it is tempting to lean towards buying smaller furniture to conserve space. Do not buy things that are too big for your room, but do not be afraid to buy full sized pieces either. Just because your room is small, does not mean you or your life are. You still need seating that works for the people who will be sitting there. Also, if you ever move to a bigger place, your furniture would not look super tiny in your new pad.
Hang it. Classical hanging planters are also a nice way of decorating your home. Hang them from the ceiling or beams and allow them to showcase all their beauty. They use less space and can be easily incorporated in your home dŽcor.
If you have a compact space, not only should everything you put in there have a function, it should have two. Get end tables and coffee tables that also have room for storage. You do not have room for a side table and a bookshelf, so make one item serve both functions. When you are buying a bed, get one with drawers underneath or one thats high enough off the ground to store things under. Maximize the space you have. When you are buying a couch, consider getting a pull out so you can have a comfortable place for people to sleep if you have guests stay over. Another tip on storage: go for things that have doors. Clutter can make even the biggest of spaces look cramped, so hide it all away with a smooth exterior. Open shelves look nice in magazines, but you just know they’ll look cluttered and at the very least, dusty within a week or two.
Choose colors. The Rule of Three applies here. Select a maximum of three colors as the basis for your DIY interior design scheme, and combine them in a proportion of 60:30:10. Be sure to look at all colors paint, upholstery, etc. In appropriate light, to see their true shade.
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