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Improving small space visuals with these 5 amazing hacks

If you’re a Singaporean living in a space that seems too small to be stylish, then you’re at the right place. Often times we come across a certain space or aspect in our small homes that seems nothing more than hindrance in the way of beautiful aesthetics. Well, that doesn’t always have to be true. You can definitely improve small space visuals if you think cleverly, so further we’ll be sharing 5 amazing helps to get you started!

 

1. Utilizing nooks and alcoves

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The structure of your homes can either be a solid roadblock or an opportunity for you to get innovative. While many tend to see the drop beams hanging from the ceiling has garish, you can use them to enhance the quality of your layout. Sometimes, you can end up with small alcoves in the process, but you can easily turn them into beautiful personal spaces like reading nooks, music areas, window-side alcoves, etc.

 

2. Installing innovative kitchen hardware

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Have a small home but lots of stuff that just doesn’t seem to be accommodating well? Don’t worry; you’re not the only one facing this problem. In fact, many homeowners find it incredibly challenging to be properly organized in a small kitchen, what with all the appliances, utensils, and cutlery to be compartmentalized within easy reach. In such cases, you can opt for innovative kitchen hardware that makes it ergonomic to keep everything accessible and organized at the same time.

 

3. Literally think outside the box

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Another problem that many homeowners face in small kitchen designs is the lack of counterspace when there’s no enough room in the actual layout. This problem can be easily solved by designing an extra counter outside of the kitchen. By adding extra counterspace outside when there’s not enough room inside, you can turn the typical kitchen interior tropes upside down on their heads!

 

4. Outdoor bath sinks

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The bathroom is another small space that can do with a little out of the box tweaking to deliver the best aesthetics. If there is not enough room in your actual bath, then you can definitely use the space outside to rearrange the fixtures. The sink can be placed in a small alcove that leads to the main entrance of your bathroom, creating a hygienic and unique precedent.

 

5. Pendent lights instead of floor lamps

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Floor lamps may be a gorgeous interior design accessory, but you also need to have enough space in your layout to accommodate their majesty. That is not usually the case when it comes to small spaces. In that case, you can be alternative and trendy at the same time by choosing stylish pendent lights instead of floor lamps! They only take ceiling space and add a great aesthetic value to a small interior design!

 

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