Decorating a small living room is a challenge. It is a difficult task to make the room look spacious. With these small living room ideas you can actually make the room twice as big. In this article, you will find some simple ideas on how to make your living room spacious and bright.
Position the accessories correctly and add vivid colors
When decorating small spaces, you need to keep the clutter to a minimum. Add some colorful accessories and accents to add interest and depth. You can add a large vase of fresh flowers, a giant candle, and a painting on a wall to add color and keep the other area spacious and open.
Don’t overcrow your living room
All you need in your living room is a coffee table, sofa and chair. You can add a small bookshelf in a corner where you can place your magazines and books with a small lamp on it. Place the furniture on the wall so that you have free space in the middle of the room so that you can easily walk through the area. You can also add a colorful accent carpet in this area for more texture and color.
Let in natural light
Your living room gets bigger when it is filled with natural light. Many apartments are equipped with mini blinds. However, if you want to make the room larger, you can effectively enlarge it. Hang a curtain rod that is twice the width of the window and use light or light scissors that are pulled back on both sides. You can hang the bar near the ceiling to give the impression that the window is high.
Use bright colors to visually expand the room
Use bright furniture in your home. This makes the rooms larger. Bright furniture visually enlarges the room. Dark colors reduce the space. Consider pastel peach, light sand, butter yellow, and other light colors for upholstery, curtains, and accent rugs. You can add a few splashes of color with accent pillows.
To create more storage space and preserve the chaos in the bay, find a plastic storage container that you can keep under the bed, or buy a coffee table for the living room with drawers underneath. This way, you can keep the items you don’t need often and keep them until you need them.