Small Rooms Decorating Ideas. Charming Spaces Anywhere
A small room may be more difficult to decorate, but with the right ideas it may be turned into a piece of jewelry, a haven you’ll always enjoy, either by yourself or with your loved ones. It’s often the kitchen or bedroom that are not as large as we would like, but it can also be the main room of the house. They all have to be designed as elegantly as possible. Here are some small rooms decorating ideas that make these spaces as functional and aesthetically pleasing as possible.
To separate the kitchen from the dining area, but still keep the entire space open and airy, these floor-to-ceiling shelves were placed to store and display favorite items and pretty glassware. While regular kitchen cupboards serve a useful purpose, there’s something eye-catching and appealing about these open (and organized) storage shelves.
Narrow wall shelves are an excellent way to store bathroom essentials in a stylish way. Invest in attractive canisters to hold cotton swabs, cotton balls and your favorite lotion, and place unsightly toiletries under the vanity. Small wicker baskets can also be placed on the shelves for additional, hidden storage.
Small rooms decorating ideas. Day and night
Small living rooms are a chance to get cozy. To seat a crowd, ditch the sectional sofa in favor of small seats packed closely together. Keep the profiles of the pieces trim and tight: no beefy arms or hefty wing chairs. Look for chairs with straight sides – armless slipper chairs are even better – that can be placed hip to hip.
If you have an interesting feature, such as a coffered ceiling or a fireplace, make the most of it with decorative treatments. Hang a chandelier to draw the eye to the ceiling. When you emphasize its height, a small room feels bigger. Mount the window treatments at that height to make the window appear grand.
There are two ways to organize a small bedroom: You can make it dark and cozy with saturated berry reds or chocolate browns. Or, you can boost daylight with barely dressed windows and a light-bouncing color on the wall, such as cloud white or sunshine yellow. Either way, don’t take a weak approach. You can be bold in a small space without risking too much money or effort.
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