Everybody wants their small house to look larger, but many do not know how. So if you’re looking for some interior design hacks that will make your spaces seem bigger than they actually are, you’re at the right place. Below, we are going to tell you some amazing techniques you can use to make your spaces look bigger and better with a beautiful flair!
1. See through furniture design
Many people misunderstand and/or misinterpret the term ‘furniture.’ Yes, it is the couch you sit on and the dining table you eat at, but it is also the wall-mount shelf you place your favorite books on and it is also the half-wall that separates your staircase from your living room. So when we say ‘see-through’ furniture we mean couches with legs and partition walls with laser-cut designs. This creates a transparency that makes your interior designs seem larger.
2. Large window portals
Windows are unfortunately a very underrated and overlooked part of any interior design. so many people do not understand its importance. Windows let in a lot of natural light, which is a tried and true way to make any interior design seem larger. Sun-drenched interiors are certifiably more comfortable and seem exponentially spacious than they are.
3. Linear patterns
Most people think ‘geometric’ when anyone says the word ‘patterns’ in context with interior design. While it is true for the most part, you’re overlooking the most simplified patterns of them all’ lines! Lines have the ability to create the illusion of a taller or wider space. Vertical lines in a wallpaper can make your room seem taller, while horizontal lines in your interior can make your room seem wider. Be careful about not using the two in the same space.
4. Connect to the outdoors
A clever way to beautify your interior designs and make them seem spacious at the same time is visually connecting them to the outdoors. You can decorate your balcony in beautiful decking or artificial grass to create a view. The windows that will open to that view will bring a refreshing and beautiful aura in your homes.
5. Platform beds and low height furniture
Low height furniture is a fool-proof way to make even the smallest spaces seem larger. On top of the list of this kind of furniture is the platform bed, which consists of a simple wooden platform instead of an actual foot of the bed.