▪ Use lighter colours and strategically placed mirrors to make smaller spaces appear larger.
▪ Avoid larger pieces of furniture. This only makes the space feel even smaller.
▪ Built-in furniture helps you maximize your small space. For example, book cases or window seats with built-in storage work really well.
▪ The open space or ‘negative’ space is just as important as the furnishing
▪ Avoid contrast in colours, rather, select similar color tones so spaces flow from room to another. This flow will create a sense of rhythm and continuity making the spaces appear larger and longer.
▪ Avoid an abundance of clutter and too many non-essentials in small spaces. Streamline your selection of furniture.
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