ideas to make your room look bigger
22
Jul

Ideas to Make Your Room Look Bigger

With the rapid development and increasing urban population in cities like Hyderabad, the hunt for affordable living arrangement has also drastically increased.

Most apartments or building complexes, affordable to the working class population often runs low on space due to a tight economic budget.

If you live in a home short on space and are feeling disheartened due to the limitations in the area for interior designing and decorating – we have ideas that are sure to cheer you up.

In today’s feature, Cutting Edge Interior Design Studio brings to you some great space-saving ideas to enhance your living situation and help make your home opener, regardless of its shortcomings in measurement.

You will find some practical, yet lively ideas in today’s blog that will help you free up space, make the most of your home so you can effortlessly enjoy your cosy home.

Light Hues for an Airy Feel

Unlike the dimensions of Hyderabad apartments, that are out of our control, we will dive into aspects of paint and color we can use to have better control over the design and decor within the household, to make it appear more open.

Murky and dark colours do have an appeal in interior designing, but they tend to make a room appear smaller.

For this very reason, Cutting Edge Interior Designers in Hyderabad recommends choosing pale, pastel tones such as white, cream, pale greys and blues to keep it light, airy and open.

Choose Petite/Low Furnishing

The spacious appeal of a room depends on the height of its ceiling. Even if your home has a low ceiling, we can use this design hack to make the ceiling appear higher.

To achieve this crafty look, choose low-profile furnishings with shorter legs so it is closer to the floor.

You can further maintain a ceiling’s higher appearance, by hanging the curtain rod right at the top of the wall and accentuating the drapes with black trim to attract the eye.

Translucent Decor

You can make a small room look expansive by using see-through furnishings, that bend light to blend into the background.

A modern designed glass coffee table placed in the right light in a small living room can do the trick.

For a ceiling fixture, Cutting Edge Interior Design Studio recommends cancelling thick chandeliers in favour of something translucent and airy.

This will further enhance a room’s open vibe whilst keeping it classy.

Replace Artwork with Mirror

If you do not like leaving your walls bare and have plans of placing artwork to decorate your home, we suggest you replace them with beautifully framed mirrors.

Framing a large mirror and painting out the moulding to match the walls will create an architectural element that visually amplifies space.

Mirrors placed in the right lighting are a great way to broaden a room’s spacious appeal.

Unclutter Floor for Better Air Flow

Minimizing room accessories with statement one-piece furniture and a patterned rug will clear out a cramped room and give it better airflow.

For a small room, you can opt-out of the standard bulky furniture and invest in fold-able or space-saving console that can double as a work surface.

Freeing up space in this way ensures flow in the main area of a tiny room’s walk-up.

Sifting through these ideas must have convinced you that a tiny area does not need to be cramped to fit in your design choice.

You can do so much more with a small space; given you have the right team beside, to guide you through this exciting process.

Using the designing pointers offered by Cutting Edge Interior Design Studio, you can achieve the right design and décor for your home.

For more inspiration on interior designing and decor, read our blogs in this series.