Making the Most Out of Small Spaces

If you want to make the most of your small home space, you need to know the tips for buying and, of course, arranging the furniture. Tips that make your small house warm and lovely.

With the ideas that we will present in the continuation of this article, you can get a much better experience of home decoration. Even if you have different rooms in the house, and you have enough space to store different furniture and appliances in the house, you can read these tips and keep the home environment much tidier than it is.

Circular tables: If you are looking to buy living room or dining room tables, try using round tables. These types of tables, due to their rounded edges, can give you more space around the room. The circular shape of this type of table gives you better access and since the base of this type of table is usually located in the middle of them, it covers less space on the floor of the room. Also, with the use of round tables, more people can sit around it and are suitable for entertaining, playing games, and sitting together. If you still prefer to use cubic tables, it is better to use tables that have shelves or drawers around them and accommodate some of the small and large items in the room.

Use spaces out of reach: The hidden spaces above the doors of the rooms, and above the kitchen cabinets, are a good environment for installing shelves, cupboards and different floors. The use of open shelves in the rooms will be very practical and stylish and can be used as libraries from floor to ceiling, to place books, decorative items and collectibles.
Also, if you want to divide the space of the room into two separate parts, and on one side of it to create more privacy for yourself, you can use bookshelves and thus benefit from their dual use. In this way, in addition to placing a large amount of books and items on these shelves, you can also divide the room into separate sections.

Dual use: It is much better if you can dual use some of the space and equipment used in the room. For example, if you need more bedrooms in the house, instead of using bulky, large, ugly, and uncomfortable sofas, use comfortable sofas and turn the living room into a comfortable environment for guests so that sometimes It is necessary for them to be able to rest on them as well. Also, if part of the floor of the house is unused, you can use its space to place a washing machine and install a small toilet; Or place a small desk next to the washing machine for yourself or your children. Each part of the house can have such simple but multiple uses that you can choose intelligently.

Pay more attention to the walls: Set aside bedside tables, or any type of table that is placed next to the walls and, without useful utility, simply becomes a place for stacking items and cluttering the room. Use wall lights instead of table lamps. You can also place small ledges next to your bed on the wall, and place small electronics or other accessories on them so you do not need cumbersome tables. As much as you can, replace shelves and wall cupboards with large room furniture. Also, install a mirror of suitable size on the wall of the room to make it look bigger. These mirrors also make you have a brighter environment by reflecting light in the room. So even if you do not have enough space to install a mirror in the room, you can install them on the surface of the console, bookshelf, or cupboards and enjoy the benefits they bring you.

Large furniture: While emphasizing the small size of the house, we offer tips to make them look bigger, but the use of large appliances and furniture can also greatly help to make the best use of the limited environment of the rooms. For example, instead of using a large number of small single sofas, you can use a one-piece sofa with a suitable design for your room. In this way, the space of the room will be shown more regularly and unnecessary crowding of the space will be prevented by small and numerous sofas and chairs.

The importance of colors The small rooms of the house should convey a sense of comfort and tranquility to its occupants in a perfectly appropriate way and by using soft colors. Try to use a specific color spectrum for different rooms of the house to maintain color integrity in the small environment of the house. For example, you can use colors close to white for all walls, ceilings, and floors of the house and avoid unnecessary color variation in different parts of the house. Window and curtain coverings should be bright and vibrant colors and as simple as possible without complicated designs and patterns. It is also better that these curtains have colors as close as possible to the color spectrum of the walls. Remember that color cohesion and integrity in homes and small environments is a binding and vital principle in decoration.

Discard unnecessary items: Needless to say, small spaces should always be tidy and away from clutter. So try to keep any equipment you need and immediately put away any unused equipment. This is one of the most challenging issues we face in small homes with limited rooms. To solve this issue, always remember the 90-90 rule. According to this law, if you have not used household items for 90 days, and you guess that you will not need them in the next 90 days, be sure to leave these items and take them out of the house. It is true that I may use many of these devices at specific times and on a seasonal and occasional basis, with all these aspects in mind, keep this rule in mind. In this way, despite all the hardships and difficulties of getting rid of some furniture and furnishings, you can remove them from the limited space of the house and better maintain the layout and order of your living environment.

Knowing how to arrange furniture properly not only makes you feel comfortable, but can also make your home look bigger and help you fit more items into that cramped space.