1. Invest in Smart and Functional Furniture.

 
A lot of shops and furniture stores are now offering a lot of functional furniture that could double up as a cabinet, a desk, or a bookshelf this would be great for small living spaces. It avoids clutter by providing a space for you to store them. Costs more than the regular furniture but still a smart way to decorate your home and provides you with a space where you could hide your extra blankets, shoes or books. A lot of shops and furniture stores are now offering a lot of functional fur niture that could double up as a cabinet, a desk, or a bookshelf this would be great for small living spaces. It avoids clutter by providing a space for you to store them. Costs more than the regular furniture but still a smart way to decorate your home and provides you with a space where you could hide your extra blankets, shoes or books.

 


 

 

 

2. Interesting Objects on the Wall

 
Wall

Put something that would radiate some color or would catch your guests attention. Hanging some canvas arts or picture frames on your wall could be a great distraction and could be a conversation starter. 

 


 

 

3. Go Light

 

Paint your walls something light or in a neutral shade. It creates the illusion of space and brings a certain feeling of order and organize.

 


 

 

 

4. BIG Mirrors

 
big mirrors

Placing ibig mirrors in your room could provide cover and space. Cover up some cracks or holes where a nail used to be was to hang frames and other stuff. It also creates the illusion of depth and space, making your room appear bigger. It also reflects light which means using less light fixtures and lower electric bills.

 

 


 

 

5. Think Up!

 

Utilize all the space in your house by putting racks on your walls that could go up till it nearly reaches the ceiling with just enough space to put some stuff on it. Double the use of lower shelves and attach hooks for your towels or kitchen utensils.

.

up up