By . interior. Published at Wednesday, September 05th, 2018 - 05:21:58 AM.
1: Start by decluttering the area. Too many items. pictures and even furniture pieces make a room feel smaller. Clean out what's unnecessary and donate. throw out or store it in a box or bin somewhere out of sight. Keep bookshelves and surfaces clutter-free and use only essential furniture pieces in the room.
If you're working with a truly small space. you'll need to get creative with your sleeping arrangements. Beds take up a lot of precious floor space in a small living area. Luckily. fold-down beds mean you can put a makeshift bedroom just about anywhere. creating a truly multifunctional room.Rather than feeling like you're in a cramped space.
How about a fun teen space. complete with study area?Provide plenty of seating.Consider a bold color scheme for your playroom.Give the kids (or grandkids) a bedroom of their ownTextiles make an attic bedroom feel cozier. You may want to build a combined bedroom and playroom. all in one.In a guest room. put function first. Go big with a studio or in-law suiteIf you have the space.
Invest in a new coffee table or paint your existing one.Pick a bold color to accent your existing space and add a combo of one or two throw pillows. a vase. new curtains and an inexpensive area rug in that color.My spare bedroom is full of junk and I have guests coming to stay!Push the bed up against the wall to free up floor space and double as a sofa. We've all been there.