It sometimes strikes our mind when we try to make renovation or decoration to fit things in order to make our house look larger and bigger than the actual space. Tired of hearing the same old standby solutions for making a room look bigger? Here below we have few tips for you that will certainly help you to make your home look larger.

  1. Use raised sofas and armchairs: It may sound not so real but using raised and elevated sofas and armchairs can actually make your house look neat and clear. Raised sofas also create a lot of empty spaces that will anyhow make your home look larger and spacious.
  2. Flooring: Multiple flooring styles toil to define spaces but can also make a small room feel even smaller. One type of flooring streaming from one area to the next creates an uninterrupted flow, making it feel as if the rooms are part of one large space. So, try using a single design flooring to make your home look larger.
  3. Include mirrors: Mirrors actually plays a major role to make your home look larger and spacious. Put mirrors on the walls of your house and keep them elevated with the wall straight. Mirrors will reflect the entire aroma of the room and make your home look larger than it is in actual.
  4. Use neutral colors: It’s well recognized that pallid shades make a room seem bigger and brighter. Light-coloured walls maximise the effects of natural light in the area. As long as the floor and walls are in the same textural family, the area will feel spacious and balanced.
  5. Doors: Too many internal doors will capture most of the space in a particular location. If you want to keep more space in your home then plan accordingly to fix windows and doors in a proper space to reduce congestion. Internal doors and cupboard doors can cover valuable space and, sometimes, removing an internal door altogether is a great solution.

So above are few ways by which your home will look spacious and large.

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Joydev Mishra


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