What if you could make your small place feel like a bigger space without adding any square footage. Well, it is possible. It’s possible by using design techniques and using psychology to your advantage. Here’s how:
Choosing to go with a monochromatic color palette for your smaller space can help the room feel more open and airy than having lots of contrast. Choosing accents in your space such as curtains made of light fabrics and furniture with long, thin legs also can contribute to the impression that the space is a lot larger than it really is. Walls and floors can be accentuated with striped elements that help guide the eye horizontally or vertically to create the feeling of additional height or width, as well.
The accompanying guide contains many more ideas for making a small space feel bigger. Apply them to your home and it will feel much closer to the dream space you’ve always wanted.