How your apartment looks YOURSELF the size: interior designer reveals secrets for creating space in the home – and why ALL furniture & # 39; floating & # 39; must be
- Experts revealed their tips and tricks for creating spatiality in the home
- Choose furniture with long legs or a thin profile to create the feeling of space
- Dusty furniture that is not thick is perfect for making a house look bigger
- Interior designers also say they choose things that let the light through
Apartment living has many advantages, but one is not space.
But there are ways to make your small space apartment or house look a little bigger, provided you follow some smart style tricks.
write down Renovate for profit, interior designer James Treble revealed how you can make your home look twice as large.
Interior designer James Treble unveiled the smart style tricks that will help make your home look more spacious (pictured)
& # 39; The furniture you choose for a room – and where you place it – is one of the most powerful ways to dictate the look and feel of a room & # 39 ;, he said (photo: furniture with a thin profile )
& # 39; The furniture you choose for a room – and where you place it – is one of the most powerful ways to determine the look of a room, & # 39; he said.
So what should you do?
First, if you want to make an area appear larger, James said you should choose furniture that has & # 39; long legs or a thin profile & # 39; to have. This is often called & # 39; floating furniture & # 39; called.
He then said that you should give priority to visible floor space and that you should avoid too much furniture limiting visible floor space and making the space appear smaller.
To get a spacious look, you need to lift furniture off the floor & # 39 ;, show as much floor as possible and opt for furniture with thin legs – especially in dark halls and corridors
How do you make a small house bigger?
* Choose furniture with a thin profile.
* Lift furniture off the ground by choosing thin, long legs and showing as much floor space as possible.
* Choose chairs and sofas that are light in color so that you can look underneath.
* High standing lamps raise the eye and make a room larger.
* Place thick pieces next to thinner items to create contrast.
* A glass table helps to reduce the visual impact of a glass table on a room.
* Colors, including white and nude, create the illusion of space.
& # 39; When styling a home we want to create the impression of spaciousness & # 39 ;, said the expert.
To achieve this, you need to lift furniture off the floor & # 39 ;, show as much floor as possible and opt for furniture with thin legs – especially in dark halls and corridors.
When it comes to bedrooms and living rooms, soft furniture that is not too thick is good for creating a feeling of warmth and comfort, but also space.
& # 39; Choose (a chair) that is light in color and you can easily see what's underneath; you can combine it with a small table that also does not visually touch the floor surface. & # 39;
A long standing lamp always attracts the eye and makes a room bigger and bigger.
Place thick pieces next to thin-legged items and make sure your coffee table in the middle is not too large so that it does not & # 39; visually block the room & # 39;
Finally, James said that creating contrast with your furniture style is always a good idea.
Place thick pieces next to thin-legged items and make sure that your coffee table in the middle is not too large so that it does not visually block the room & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Glass tops help reduce the visual impact that restaurants and coffee tables can have in a room, & # 39; James said.
Earlier, FEMAIL revealed the colors that can make a room larger.
Shades such as pink, deep blue and neutral colors, including taupe, can create space, while a small space always benefits from being painted white painted, reflecting the light and creating more space.
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