A large furniture statement does more for a room than multiple furniture pieces.
There are many people looking for a quality Long Beach interior design firm.
Long Beach interior design firms, or elsewhere, require the right eye and attention to detail. Historia Design and Consulting is able to creatively bring any room together, big or small. Most home or business owners fear decorating their rooms due to lack of space. This is no issue as we’ve got five tips to make any small room appear bigger.
Purchase a unique ceiling that has interesting detail make the room appear higher from the ceiling to the floor.
1. Large Furniture Statement
A large furniture statement does more for a room than multiple furniture pieces. You may want to decorate your room with four small chairs. However, you should refrain from doing so. Add a large sofa in their place.
2. Hang Mirrors
Hanging mirrors around dark walls that don’t get much light give the room more depth. Mirrors give the illusion that there is additional square footage.
One of the biggest things to making a small room appear bigger is making sure you don’t clutter the room with too much furniture or items. Stick to large, staple pieces and avoid multiple smaller furniture pieces.
4. One Art Piece Per Room
A lot of people make the mistake of cluttering up their rooms with too many art pieces. Just like furniture, one large statement art piece does more for a room than multiple pieces of art.
5. Unique Ceiling Fixtures
Purchase a unique ceiling that has interesting detail to make the room appear higher from the ceiling to the floor. This adds height to the room. Investing in a chandelier is a good idea.
About Historia Design and Consulting
Historia Design and Consulting is a Long Beach interior design firm committed to providing our clients with the best service possible.
We are a full-service Long Beach interior design firm that provides various interior design services such as 3D renderings, interior space planning, and permit drawing services. Contact us to get started on upgrading your home or office. Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn for more design tips and tricks!