|Great examples of adding artwork onto pink walls!
Image 1: Norsu Interiors & Image 2: Magdalena Tyboni art
|Another great examples from INT2Architecture, these guys designed the small space appear larger with such a style!|
It can be tempting to think that making space in the centre of the room by pushing furniture to the walls is a great way to make a small area seem larger, but think again. It could just make your small room look empty and uninspired. Instead, try planning a furniture layout that uses angles and centre placements. If you joined me at my Ideal Home Show talk, I have explained that little more! For example, in a home office, angle your desk across two walls and position it so that you look into the room rather than staring at the walls. For living rooms, place a large sofa in the centre with a narrow console table behind it. Remember to allow for walking space around your furniture. Let your space breathe and don’t just cramp around the room living the centre empty! It’s a crime!
|This amazing dual-purpose table is available from Ivy designs|
|Small space and just perfect example of using mirrors to enlarge space image credit|
|Another amazing example from INT2 Architecture, you can read here about the small apartment with love!|
*Collaborative content but opinion is entirely my own