Any person that lived on an urban place has probably faced the problem of limited living space. Today we show you not only the latest creativity and design trends but also a smart selection of getaway for a small scale apartment. So we bring to you interior design tips for small living rooms along with the pro tips of the most fashionable cities around the world. Each project shows different situations and gives you a promising approach to a solution that suits you.
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Having furniture against the wall not always guarantee a larger room. On the other hand, breathing room around your furniture leads to the appearance of more space. Try to move some furniture out of their place and put them in the middle of a constant awareness.
Quality multifunctional furniture are appreciated everywhere these days. The same goes to designing your small home interiors. Find a way that works better for you with a multiple use item such as a bookcase built-in ottoman.
If you don’t have a lot of time to re-decor you room or think about it, just simply add a mirror to the room. It will make the living room area appear a lot larger.
You wouldn’t know how the magic of thinking big can do it’s charm in the most beneficial ways unless you try it. This is the ultimate way of thinking that makes a single piece to keep the space open and uncluttered.
Want to be able to admire your works of art but at the same time be prepared for an unexpected amount of guests for dinner? It certainly sounds that this will only clutter your already tight space, but fold it up and live it up.
There is nothing wrong with the classic dark-colored way which truly is design-friendly, except that it makes a room appear smaller. Keep it in mind and better stick with pale white, cream, grays and blues.
A little structure is never a problem in life. Here and only here you can sort your favorite items judging by color and height. A potential disaster is suddenly turned into a display of personality.
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