Metal Frame Team
Functionality plays a significant role in interior design, sometimes more important than aesthetics. There is no doubt that there are various parameters which determine how small or large a space looks. One of them is the layout of the furniture (mobile and non-mobile) as well as the proper exploitation of available space.
Check below some clever ideas that can make your space looks bigger, while creating storage space.
1. Take advantage of the empty space around windows.
You can achieve a beautiful result while making your space more functional, if you take advantage of every corner of a room correctly. A good example is to create lockers around and above the windows. That will create a cozy vibe in front of the window.
2. Folding Furniture
Folding constructions can save enough space and give functionality, since they are extended or stored according to its use.
Mirrors tend to create the illusion of extra space in room, reflecting natural and artificial lighting. Use a large mirror at the total height of a wall or on furniture such as wardrobes, living room furniture, etc.
4. Place your larger furniture along the wall.
Large items such as libraries, sofas, or other big furniture, is better to be placed near the walls rather than in the middle of a room, as they tend to create a smaller space and “block” a room.
This will create more free space in the center of the room and give the illusion of a larger space.
5. Take advantage of the vertical space.
Another way you can “get” more space is to take advantage the height of the room, not just the length and width. As shown in the images below, you can create constructions that will serve your needs and at the same time will give a different and modern vibe in the room.
A small room can truly seem bigger with the appropriate lighting. Large windows or patio doors allow more rays of lights to lush a room, and that can open up a space. Also, artificial lighting such as floor and hidden lighting can give depth to a room.