Sometimes we have to sacrifice some stuff in getting a new house, for example, getting a cheaper condo for a lower price in outside of the metro area, or getting a smaller condo for a lower price. And if you’re one of those who decided to get a small bedroom for a lower price, do not worry, in this article we have provided some several ways on how to make your room to look bigger. Make sure that you read this article to find out more about it.
Hire a professional
Our first tip, if you have some spare cash, is to hire some independent interior designer. Hiring an interior designer might cost you some money but they spare you from the planning, and also you can consult with them on what kind of theme you want in your room. Some consultant can also help you with your interior design in your room, even if you’re on a budget, which is something that you might overlook if you’re shopping for your own.
Get a 2-in-1 furniture
Nowadays there’s a lot of types of furniture that has more than just it’s original function. And although a 2-in-1 might cost more than regular furniture it can save some space in your room, which means there’s more space for you to put some other things inside your room or just to leave it as it is. An example of 2-in-1 furniture is a couch that can be pulled into a bedroom when needed; this is perfect in case you have a studio apartment that is super small.
Use light colors on your walls
Darker colors can make your room appear cozy, but it make your room feels smaller and cramped, it’s because the color absorbs light instead of reflecting it, so opt for a light color the next time you’re thinking to repaint your room. White or light blue is a perfect color to make your room feel bigger than ever, make sure that you do your research first.
Get rid of unnecessary decorations
Decorations are cute, especially if it’s bought from another country, which serves as a memory from the experience of going to another country. But having too many decorations, especially if you put it on your desk can make your room messy, hence creating a feeling that your room is small, cramped and messy. Our first tip is to separate some decorations, hang pictures on the wall instead of putting frames on your desk, and get rid of knick-knacks that are unnecessary to make your room feel bigger.…