Whether it is your office, bathroom, entry way, or any other room in your house you might want to make it look like it’s larger. Removing clutter and storage space are the keys to making any space look bigger.
You can often remove the top or bottom shelves to place decorative items like picture frames and vases. A bookshelf such as the Carmine Gray Limed Oak Veneer Bookshelf provides shelving solutions and saves space.
Sometimes your kitchen space is connected to your living room without a dividing wall. Therefore, if you place cabinets behind a sofa they can divide the living room from the dining or kitchen area. Take a look at the Ava Chocolate Lacquer Buffet in our online store, it has mirrored doors and provides storage space.
Place mirrors across from windows. This is great technique if you want to bring in more light into a room. Additionally, mirrors make a room look larger.
A Duroque interior designer will help you decide which color choice(s) will fit best for your room. Painting horizontal stripes in small spaces create the illusion that a room is actually bigger.
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