Smaller spaces within your home can be hard to decorate. Flawed details are easier to spot in a small space. You could try installing shades that are mounted inside window frames instead of on top. Try buying furniture that appears to not touch the floor. If possible, install wall-mounted shelves instead of bookcases. Find a rug that is sufficiently big enough for the room. A final tip is to place art that is big enough for the room. Proportions are important to how a room looks and feels.
- The precarious thing about beautifying little spaces is that they amplify blemishes. When everything in the flat is inside ten feet of your eyeballs.
- On the off chance that something about your space just appears a tad bit off, or in the event that you’ve put everything ceaselessly except your condo still appears to be mysteriously jumbled.
- Ideally we would all have magnificent picture windows with perspectives to our private garden, however in this present reality, particularly condo world.
“In the same way a rug that isn’t big enough can make a small space seem smaller, art that isn’t big enough can make a small space feel tiny and awkward.”