Small spaces in a house offer you a great advantage: they are by default more friendly to the eye and accessible at all times, so your main goal should be to decorate them in such a way that they can be a little jewel spot for you, a cozy and smart retreat, a place where the eye can travel smoothly and enjoyably around. Decorating small living spaces is not always easy, but on the other hand it can be an extremely creative and lovely endeavor.
Splash Your Niche. You can add a dash of color and shade by painting a single wall with a bold color. This will change the central point of your room without the help of any expensive or lavish decorating item. Niches and alcoves are perfect places to paint. A splash of some bold color which may be a darker tone of the rest of the walls or be compliment to your general color theme of the living room, is the perfect way to bring a creative change in your living room.
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You should begin by thoroughly cleaning the room. Clean the ceiling first to get rid of any spider webs. Then you should proceed to the furniture. Remove dust from your furniture using a feather duster. Last but not least, sweep and mop the floor.
Keep a sense of harmony. You can quite easily obtain a sense of balance by thinking carefully about the materials you are using. Think of textures – rough or smooth? Think about how the surfaces respond to light – are they shiny and glossy? Smooth and reflective materials can help a room feel larger but they need to be balanced against other materials such as natural woods and stone. Solid wood furniture adds a lot of character and style as well as bringing a natural feel to your room.
Reds: The color Red is a classic shade because they are so bold, vivacious and daring. Reds work especially well with light colored furniture, making it stand out even more. Still, people like to use red as an accent color with just a hint of that shade, more than a main wall color. But nowadays, a few people dare t o paint their walls red too.