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Maximizing Small Spaces

Posted by TriMatrix Construction on 19 October 2017
Maximizing Small Spaces

When You Don't Have the Room, Create a Space

  • Use multipurpose furniture, and create multipurpose spaces. Break up the areas by using complimentary paint colours, and compartmentalize each area to a specific use.

Take it to the Top

  • Raise the height of the room with curtains and tapestries. Raising the height of the room will help the room stand tall and take away attention from tightness of the space.

Use Mirrors

  • Using mirrors and reflective surfaces will help to reflect light across the space that will create spatial depth.

Keep it Organized

  • Create a place for everything and keep everything in its place. Doing this will not only keep your home neat and clean but will also clearly identify the use of each area in your space.

Use Sliding Doors

  •  Sliding doors operate on a track not a hinge; No additional space is required to accommodate a door arc since sliding doors simply glide along a track.

Make use of those Nooks and Crannies

  • Small spaces still have nooks and crannies that may be difficult to work with, however when dealing with a small space you can use any space you have. Turn those small-unused nooks into reading nooks or tiny offices.
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