5 Creative Tips for Making a Room Look Bigger

5 Creative Tips for Making a Room Look Bigger

Nothing is less comfortable than a room that feels cluttered and claustrophobic. However, you don’t have to renovate to make a room feel larger. When you make some crafty design choices, you can accomplish this and form a more comfortable space. Here are five creative tips for making a room look bigger.

Make Use of Color

Making use of light and contrasting colors is great for reflecting light and brightening the room. Darker colors lead the room to feel appropriately darker. Thus, they can seem more oppressive since the dark shades absorb the light. Lighter colors feel airy and uplifting, but we also suggest using cooler colors, such as light blue, to make the room feel calmer and cleaner.

Bring In Natural Light

Another creative tip for making a room look bigger is focusing on how much natural light can get into the room. Natural light is far more pleasing to the senses than artificial light, and effectively using it helps a room feel bigger by thoroughly flooding every corner. If you can’t get natural lighting into the room, you can replicate its effect by strategically placing your lighting fixtures around the space.

Put Up Reflective Mirrors

Mirrors make a great complement to an abundance of light. By reflecting lights and the room back at you, they create an illusion that the room is actually bigger than it really is. Mirrors are handy for angling light into spaces that are otherwise dark and can even act as focal points for the room.

Declutter Your Space

If you’re looking to cut back on the amount of stuff you have in the house, decluttering is a good practice that can make a room feel so much more open. This can mean simply keeping the room clean and tidy so that debris isn’t taking up space or getting rid of old belongings to free up space.

Use Furniture Creatively

For a more extensive makeover, you can consider your furniture and how you can make it more efficient. For instance, instead of a coffee table in your living room, you can use modern side tables that take up less space and provide storage in addition to a surface where you can rest drinks and more.

About Alexandra Dedovitch

Alexandra Dedovitch has a B.A. in Multimedia Communications and English. She is a professional writer, artist and designer. Her passion for writing, travel and design has led her to settle her roots in Arizona, a hub for modern and eclectic style. She is the founder of Folk Heart Creations, a blog dedicated to travel and self-expression through art and design. She has worked for Inmod since 2013, both in-house and freelance.

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