Living in the city can have its ups and downs, and that includes limited spaces. But what can we do if we were able to purchase a house which space is smaller than what we’ve expected?
Here are space-making tips to help you maximize each area of your humble tiny space.
Place Mirrors in Narrow Spaces
A large framed mirror can do magic. It can make space appear bigger since it reflects light around the area. Place it in an entrance hall as a talking point.
Choose Light-Colored Objects
Light colours maximize the perception of space compared to dark colors. Painting the walls and matching the skirting boards with the same light color can increase the height of a room.
Consider the Height of Your Furniture
A low bed or sofa is for low ceiling rooms. For attic rooms with slanted ceilings, it’s best to choose a low bed to add enough space between the bed and the ceiling. A large furniture can consume a lot of space so it makes sense to opt for smaller ones.
Make your lighting layout relate to the furniture to remove dark spaces. At the same time, over-lighting can also have its cons. Wall lights can create an atmosphere in living rooms while subtle use of light adds depth to an area.
For some people who can afford, it might be a great investment. Opening the back of the house can create more space for a growing family. Think of it as a future room of your growing children. Roof extension by converting your roof space into a bedroom like a penthouse is a clever way to maximize the space. Basement extension as a family room or laundry area is not only space saving.
Before starting any extension project, make sure you carefully plan. Contact an expert to better guide you with your decision.