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Easy Designer Ideas that make Small Spaces Feel Bigger

When designing an interior for a small space, it’s important to make the most of the available floor space & the wall space while still creating a functional and aesthetically pleasing room.

Here are some tips for interior design and layout considerations for small spaces:

1. Use light colours: Light colours, such as white or pale grey, can help make a space feel larger and more open. Darker colours can make a room feel smaller and more cramped.
Little girl reading on a sofa in a bright room
2. Use mirrors: Mirrors can help create the illusion of a larger space by reflecting light and visually expanding the room.
3. Create zones: Divide the space into different zones, such as a living area and a workspace, to create a sense of organization and separation.
4. Use vertical space: Utilise the walls to create additional storage or display space, such as floating shelves or a wall-mounted desk.

5. Consider the layout: When designing the layout, consider the flow of the space and the placement of furniture. Avoid blocking natural light sources or creating narrow pathways.

By incorporating these design tips, you can create a functional and visually appealing interior for your small space.