Living rooms or small apartments can be given a larger look just by rearranging furniture strategically. Redecorating your home isn’t always about a big-ticket budget and bills. These ideas make your small home look smart and chic under a budget. The furniture arrangement is a good choice for redecorating your home or to start from scratch.
1. Decide on the focal point of your room
Decide the focal point of the room and play around that point, it could be a TV point or next to the windows. Once, decided you can move around the furniture and add furnishings based on need and requirements.
2. Furniture with storage to make space
Pick furniture that can provide additional space to declutter the living space. Sofa with storage on the armrests, table with underneath storage areas. Puffe stools with an inside cavity to keep everyday essentials. Add cabinets and drawers instead of high consol tables to provide extra space for storing stuff.
3. Neutrals for Furniture
For smaller spaces, go for neutral colors and they create a bigger look. The subtle color paint job on the walls with accentuated lighter shade bigger furniture can never go wrong for decorating your space. Go for a minimalistic look by utilizing extra space for other decorative furnishings.
4. Use Vertical spaces than Horizontal
Utilizing the vertical dimensions of the space adds substantial appeal to a living space. Instead of having horizontal furnishings, add hanging or floor to ceiling ideas. Bookshelf in a vertical layout, or hanging shelves on the wall for planters or other art pieces. The right choice of drapes and curtains also adds length and look in smaller spaces.
5. Multifunctional Furniture
In smaller spaces use every bit of idea to create space or utility. Add multifunctional furniture in the home to cut the clutter and have utility-based assets only. Side table as storage option as well as a coffee table. Ottomans as sitting options and storage homes too.
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