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Feb-19-2019

Space Hacks for Small Rooms

Posted by creatingyourspace under Hints and Tips

Small space living can be tricky but also quite quaint.  Finding the perfect balance of furnishing and decor to balance your space but not overwhelm it is essential.  While we cannot change the blueprint of our homes, we can find ways and loopholes to make the most of our space.  Incorporating simple space-saving hacks into small studios, apartments, or houses is the best way to get the most out of your place.  We put together a couple space hacks that you may want to consider adding into your own home.  Let’s take a look!

Pocket Doors 

Initially, you may not consider a door an area in your room that takes up mass; however, you have to calculate how much space you door takes up when it is opened and closed.  You do not need items to be obtrusive to your entryway.  A pocket door is a simple solution that can have your door slide along the way.  It is an innovated architectural hack can help open up the space where your door use to hinge.   

Mirrors 

While mirrors do not necessarily add more space to your area, they do visually help with the room’s overall aesthetics.  A mirror can create an optical illusion of a larger space, let light travel more freely, and help visually eliminate boundaries.  Using mirrors is a great design trick to open up smaller areas.  Try adding mirrors on walls to help open up spaces and make a brighter feeling environment. 

Furniture Storage 

Incorporating furniture with storage is a fantastic way to save space in your home.  Ottomans, coffee tables, chairs, and other units with built-in storage compartments will help eliminate clutter in your home.  This minimalism hack is perfect to open up space in your home. 

Low-Profile Furniture 

Another easy way to enlarge your room is by adding low-profile furniture.  This can help create the illusion of higher ceilings and give the room a more spacious vibe.  Low-profile beds, couches, and stools are great for enhancing the visual aesthetics of the room.  You should try adding a light paint color to the ceiling to also allow the room to visually feel larger.  These little hacks are quick, but they can make an incredible impact on your home. 

With a small environment, conserving space is imperative.  Try to think outside the box when it comes to space saving hacks.  There are hundreds of way you can visually make your space larger and eliminate obtrusive areas in your home.

We would love to hear from you.  What is your favorite space hack?

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