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    How to Make a Small Space Look Bigger

    Add Multipurpose Pieces
    Investing in furniture that serves many functions is a great way to streamline a room. An ottoman with built-in storage lets you tuck away blankets and books, and also makes a compact foot rest.

    Paint With Light Hues
    Dark colors may seem design-friendly, but they make rooms look smaller. The lighter the shade is, the more open your space will appear, so stick to pale blues, grays, greens, yellows, and creams.

    Reflect Your Room
    Wall-to-wall mirrors may seem like a í70s design leftover, but adding a little glass opens up the area and reflects light. On a budget? Cruise flea markets and garage sales for bargains.

    Space Things Out
    Automatically think youíll make your room look bigger by shoving furniture against the wall? Sometimes a piece looks better at an angle or surrounded by space. Give your furniture breathing room, whether itís angling your bed or floating your sofa in the living room with a skinny console behind it.

    Fold It Up
    Dining tables that can be made smaller or larger with removable or drop leaves let you make the most out of a combined living-dining area.

    Go Monochromatic
    Expand your room by painting the walls, trim, and detailing in different shades of one color, such as white, off-white, and beige. Or pair a bright white with a white that's tinted with yellow or blue so you can use the deeper hue on trim and detailing.

    Make Your Ceiling Pop
    While youíve probably heard that a clean, white ceiling will open up a space, giving your ceiling texture with bright colors and fun fixtures draws your eye upward, creating the illusion of height in a room.

    Get Perspective
    Leaving your windows uncovered will trick your eyes into thinking that your pad's got depth -- and reveal the natural beauty of the landscape outside.

    Think Big
    Itís easy to assume that you should decorate a small space with small furniture, right? Well, youíll actually create an airier atmosphere by displaying one prominent item -- from a statement sofa to a curved armchair -- rather than putting tons of tiny pieces everywhere.

    Color Code
    In a small space, even your favorite items can quickly look like clutter unless you give them a little structure. Arranging knickknacks, books, and vases by color will make everything appear more streamlined.
























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    Yeah Nice article.. If we look into that little little thing then we can manage a lot of things out of it... So who's Gonna try this at home.. ?

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    This is very nice thanks for sharing such a useful source of information ...

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