Working with a small space doesn’t mean thinking small. Follow these expert tips!
if you're working with a small space, let your imagination run wild. Even a tiny space can make a big statement!
One of the keys to success is to be bold:
1. When chosen well, a dark hue can enhance architectural features. By creating a sense of depth, it can actually make a room appear bigger, while keeping an intimate feel.
2. Don’t be afraid of using patterns. Far from making a room feel smaller, patterns can actually distract from a tiny space. They also draw the eyes up and around the room.
3. In a small room it’s tempting to go for small furniture and fittings but often it’s the opposite that works. Don’t shy away from really large pieces, for example a statement piece.
4. Once you’ve got the foundations of the room in place, put emphasis on creating mini vignettes. The careful selection of objects and art can bring a surprise element to corners and shelves.