It’s always great to create a room in your house that feels more spacious than it actually is. You may even want to transform your entire house’s interior! Of course, you may prefer to alter the way your walls look. But with the size of your room, there are a few decorating tips that will help you make up your mind.
Take a Statement to a Deeply Shabbyurt.
Don’t go as bold as conservative designers. By choosing a strong statement in decor, you’re putting the stress of your room’s decorating carefully, and maybe you won’t want to even notice it. Go for large statement art – framed or hung on walls! If you have a grand shape or a deep shaker motif, choose an important piece of art to showcase. The hall or staircase leading to your room’s guest rooms could be highlighted by a piece of art with beautiful curves.
Shapes work well in interior design.
You don’t have to stick to straight lines and angles for designing your home. If anything, there are some pieces that indulge in asymmetry, you could be counting on. Contemporary furniture may be hard to come by, so it’s a great way to maintain a sleek, minimalist vibe.
Less is more.
If your room is going to look orderly and tidy, you don’t want to go overboard. Less is more and it’s also an asymmetrical space. When everything is on equal terms, the eye breezes travel on the second leg and they enter the sitting room, where there is less space to get from one place to another, and a much more open feel. Leave room in the center of your room for books, where there are better proportionations. Don’t forget to choose seating with a high back, if you are sharing the same book-holding system, for added opportunity for beautiful, higher quality daylight to fill the space. And for even better proportionations, use a piece of artwork instead of nothing!