5 Tips From Interior Designers For Smart Space Saving

Thinking of purchasing a new home but worried about the floor size? Let design speak volumes for your new home irrespective of the sizing. Use these tips provided by interior designers to maximize space in small houses but still show your personality and exclusive taste.
 
01. Neutral Color Tone
Adopting a neutral color scheme throughout the house creates an illusion of a larger area as it decreases visual clutter. Moreover, enhancing soft shades in fabrics can provide natural amplification.

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02. Concealed Storage Designs
Make up for the lack of floor space with wall space by introducing full height shelving into your homes. Try using sleek and streamlined designs to transform any simple cabinet design into a feature wall with layers of visual interest.

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03. ‘Light’ Material Selections
Using heavier materials and loud fabrics often weighs down a room. An alternative solution is to choose a softer furnishing and accessory, such as reflective material like glass or acrylic, which lightens up the room. For instance, trading out a solid teak table for a whimsical glass-top will create an illusion of a larger area.

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04. Collapsible Furniture
Having transformable furniture is also a genius way to incorporate furniture into space. Murphy beds are one of the smart designs that fold up into a wall to save up space when not in use.

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05. Open Concept Spaces
Traditionally, bathroom or bedroom doors may be considered a necessity. On the other hand, interior designers will consider removing doors for other miscellaneous areas and replacing them with transparencies that could introduce liveliness and spaciousness.

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