How to make your studio unit look bigger
It is important to be smart in your color picks, have organizational strategies when you have a limited space available. And yes, the smaller the property, the more challenging the situation. If your goal is to make a big impact in a little space, we will share with you some tips on how to work with the limited space you have.
- Use height when it comes to space maximization.
Get better space by using vertical height. Hang something on the wall or consider building a loft to add an extra storage to hang out in.
- Opt for furniture that expand and save space.
There are now great saving products today for limited spaces. Furniture like lifting coffee table, hidden bed, modern wall bed desks, wall bed couch combination, and other space saving entryway, living room, kitchen and dining room, bathroom, bedroom, and balcony furniture that reorganizes your small home to make more space.
- Color techniques.
Light colors make a room look bigger and brighter. Light and bright walls are more reflective, making a space feels airy and open. Pick soft tone colors and remember that brighter rooms look bigger and more inviting.
- Stay away from clutter.
– Do not cover your walls with a lot of hanging pieces. For instance, one large painting works better than a group of small paintings. Too much can make the room feel busy and crowded.
– Keep the floor as empty as possible. Do your best to keep it clean and clear to allow room to sit and make things look tidy.
– Open storage saves you time and create a bigger visual. One way is removing the doors of kitchen cabinets to enlarge and open it up.
- Trick them with mirrors.
Glass walls’ transparency positively influences a small space, a mirrored wall will visually double the space. A full wall mirror can give an illusion that you are missing a wall and looking into a whole other room.