Saturday, 4 May 2013

Making Smaller Rooms Larger with Designer Touch-II

In the previous edition of “Making Smaller Rooms Larger with Designer Touch”, [Add the link of the 1st blog] we have shared different tips upon how to make the smaller rooms look bigger. By playing with certain tricks in the available space, a visual effect can be created that not only brings the designer feel but also makes the room look spacious. Continuing with the same, here we are again with some expert tips by expert designers; have a look at them:

·         Choosing Color:
Colors have great power of playing with the space. Where warmer colors make a space cozy & compact, on the other hand, the cool colors give a vision of enlarged space by making walls recede. White color in that case is good to make the room look bigger, lighter, & airy. To add the special element, you can pair the white walls with the tones f earthy neutral & blue, as this would give a beach-like, seaside vibe.

·         Being Bold:
When it comes to playing with the space, no doubt, furniture plays a great role, but have you ever played with its boldness. Choose drama & color while selecting the furniture and go bit over-sized, as this would also give a spacious effect. With embracing the space with such bold look, nobody focus upon the space & rather pay attention to the elements placed in the room.   

·         Playing with pattern:
Trick the eyes by playing with patterns in the room. With patterned wall coverings and rugs or carpets, you can create a connection in the walls & floor that would give a bigger feel. But do remember that whenever you play with the patterns, then avoid getting the furniture in similar pattern.

·         The lightening effect:
Wall CoveringsNow pop up the lights in the room and make it look bigger. Emphasize upon the high ceilings with lights & for this, you can use chandelier. Also, to play with light, mirrors give great help. Here’s a trick with mirrors that you can follow. Place a symmetrical arrangement for the mirrors & apply the mirror directly to the wall surface & use moldings as frame. But place them smartly where there is a beautiful spot to be reflected.  

So, here you have all the tips to make your small look graceful, bigger, and designer. All the best and execute them smartly.

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