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9 Useful Tips to Make Your Small Space Look Larger - - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

9 Useful Tips to Make Your Small Space Look Larger

Lighting has a great effect on interior decoration. You can completely change the perception of your whole house using just the right lighting. Your lighting does not have to be limited to the conventional ceiling lighting; this is a thing we usually do not prefer to do. Table and floor lamps can make a significant contribution to the complete lighting of your space and give you a whole new feeling that will make each room look bigger and lighter. You can also adjust all the right furniture and take advantage of the right colors in order to make your room look wider.

So let's have a look at the following tips that will give you solutions to make your space looks larger and brighter.

#1 the most of us now prefer light rails instead of conventional luminaires in small rooms. This formula has almost been refined in recent years. There are many small and beautiful lights that, compared to the big ones, can be integrated into small spaces much better with the rails. If you even paint your walls in bright colors, such as red and blue, then you will feel that the room is "expanding".

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#2 another very popular way to decorate small rooms is to hang mirrors on white walls. This simple and economical technique has been used for many years, always achieving the desired result, making the area seem wider. Combine them with ceiling lighting, as well as lights that aim at your white walls and highlight them. The white color on the walls can give a sense of freshness and brightness. Glossy surfaces, glass decorations and mirrors reflect the light and make the room look bigger.

#3 Use bright-colored fabric: Curtains, sofa covers, pillows and duvets in dark colors are officially unsuitable. Especially the curtains prevent the sun's light from entering the room and this makes it even harder to try and illuminate the room. You can decorate it with colored, floral or black small items, such as vases, frames, candlesticks, lamps in order to give you the playful tone you want. An armchair in a bright color will become your favorite item of the room.

#4 if you want to visually change the size of a room slides the light in multiple directions and select different intensities. A particularly popular solution is the recessed lights, that is, lights that go inside an opening of your roof or wall. Recessed lights have the privilege of not invading the space. To make small spaces look bigger, use recessed ceiling lights combined with modern wall lights and floor lights, all recessed.

#5 one more way to visually expand a small room is to drive light to the ceiling using light rails combined with floor and wall lights. The white and powerful light that is directed to the ceiling always makes space look more open and wider.

#6 Modern commercially available ceiling lights can drive a beam of light into a corridor or hallway with different angles. If you adjust the angle in the right way, you can open the narrow spaces and make them more attractive and friendly.

#7 if you want to make room look bigger and brighter, we do not recommend using the conventional ceiling lighting that you place in the center of the room. With this solution, all you can do is make the space narrower. Here is a smart solution: place lights on one of the walls, in a straight line. The result will surprise you.

#8 Avoid putting a lot of furniture in the room. The Large libraries inside a living room or many closets prevent the daylight from leaking into the space. Keep your space emptier and prefer some horizontal shelves for your walls that are considered more stylish and ergonomic. Another decorative rule is to choose small furniture instead of big one.

#9 is careful of the kind of artworks you are going to choose for the walls Choose prints with quotes, sheets and general artworks with simple lines and in light shades so your room does not look darker. One great choice is to look online for wall sculpture for sale, there is a huge variety of items you could even imagine.

Whatever you decide to choose, you should always remember that your house, either big or small, is your own shelter and has to be transformed in a way that will give you the sense of the warmth and the safety that a peaceful house ought to give. A real home.

Publish Date: November 27, 2017 3:08 PM

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