The size of the room you are decorating dictates to some degree the types of furnishings you can use. A large room gives you more options in terms of the colors, curtains and furniture with which you can work. Decorating a small room is a challenge for many people. But with a unique rug from area rugs Milwaukee and a few tips you should be able to work magic with your room no matter how small it is.
One keys to decorating a small room is to use furniture that looks lightweight.
Light colored furniture is visually lighter than dark ones. Furniture with long legs also appears lightweight. If you only have limited space, don’t use furniture that will obstruct views or block passageways. Use furniture that will make the space look and feels more open. Furniture made of metal and glass consumes very little visual space. They work well in small rooms.
Use white, neutral or pastel colors when painting small rooms. They accentuate the light and make the room look larger and more spacious. Pale colors reflect the light and make the room look brighter. They let the eyes roam more freely and makes the room look less congested.
The proper placement of furnishings in small rooms is very important. Make sure the furniture does not block traffic paths and people can see and move freely around the room. Create space by using innovative ways to store items within the room without taking up precious space. Employ multi-use furniture to save space.
Light helps to create the perception of a larger space. Use subtle colors. They reflect light and make the room brighter. Use simple window treatments which allow natural light to flow into the room. Stay away from heavy drapes or layers of heavy fabrics.
Decorating a small room using the right furnishings make it look larger and more spacious. Using pastel colors, savvy furniture choices, light colored floor coverings and innovative storage solutions can eliminate the cramped and uncomfortable look and make your small room look roomy, bright and inviting.