Even when the actual proportions of a room can’t be changed, you don’t have to feel trapped by having a small space to live in. When it comes to your bedroom at least, there are a number of tricks you can try that will make that small room seem much bigger, and give you a feeling of contentment, allowing you to truly relax. Read on to find out more.

Colour

Colour can play a big part in making a room seem to be bigger than it really is. When you use light colours rather than dark ones, you can do away with a lot of the shadows that make a room feel smaller.

The key when using colours to change the appearance of a room is to use neutral ones. Anything other than beige or cream or similar colours will have the opposite effect to what you are really going for. If you want to add any kind of colour, it’s best to do it through your accessories, as these can be moved and changed as necessary. So your curtains, rugs, cushions, and so on can be a colourful as you want them to be. It’s also important not to use too many colours, as again this can have the opposite effect to what you want.

Declutter, Store, and Clean

If the room is already a small one, adding more things to it is only going to make it seem even smaller. To give the illusion of a larger room, try to store as much as you can away from surfaces. You could use the space under your bed, for example, or invest in storage furniture. If you don’t have much storage, it may be time to declutter. This means throwing away anything you no longer want or need, or donating it to charity. You might even decide to sell it online for some extra cash.

Once the room is clearer, take the opportunity to thoroughly clean it, along with the expert help of a steam carpet cleaning service and rearrange your furniture to make the most of the space you have.

Lighting

You’re not going to forego lighting altogether in your bedroom, but it is wise to think carefully about the kind of lighting you should have if you want to make the room look bigger than it really is.

One way to help with this ideal is to use recessed spot lighting. This is great for a small space as it doesn’t hang down to take up space in the room. No matter what lighting you use, you should ensure that it reaches all the corners and small nooks and crannies as when these are in shadow a lot of the time they can make the room seem smaller.

Natural light is also important. The more natural light you can let into the room, the better. This way you won’t have to rely on your interior lighting to help you. Ideally, a skylight is a great option, but if you can’t have one of these, make sure you allow as much daylight to come through your windows as possible.


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