Making The Space: DIY Ideas For Small Areas
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Making The Space: DIY Ideas For Small Areas

Living in a small cramped space only serves to amp up the stress levels which is not good for anyone’s health and well-being. So what can you do to get rid of the clutter and make your home comfortable again? Here are some of our handy interior design Singapore tips and tricks to transform your living space into a comfortable and spacious home:

Mirror, mirror

Using mirrors can trick the eye into seeing more space than there actually is, which makes for a great interior design Singapore visual aesthetic, hence you can use this strategy anywhere in your room. All that is required is place a mirror in a central location to create a focal point, be it in the center of your living room or bedroom. You can also put the mirror behind a light source such as a candle or lamp, to reflect light and to add ambience to your room.

Neutral colours are the key

Using neutral colours such as white and beige is an innovative way to make the space much larger and more spacious than it actually seems. This colour palette can be applied to your walls, floor, ceiling and even your furniture to help expand the space in your room. In addition, you can get your interior design Singapore contractor to help choose soft hues allows light to reflect in the room, thus creating a sense of coziness and a relaxed ambience.

Look to the sky (and ceiling)

If you want to decorate a room with a relatively high ceiling, you should aim to draw people’s eyes upward to make the most of all that additional space. You can achieve this by using floor-to-ceiling drapes, but just make sure that the colour your interior design Singapore contractor chose for the drapes match well with the colour of the room and is the perfect fit size-wise for the room.

Use ornaments and other pieces at home

The last thing you’d want is for your furniture to take up so much space in your home. Hence, look for pieces that serve myriad functions for you. There is a lot of furniture out there that serve different functions. For instance, you can have an ottoman which doubles as an organiser to store your books inside or a sofa chair which can double as a bookshelf. Alternatively, you can even look for DIY interior design Singapore furniture online which you can probably customise to meet your own preferences.

Interior Design Singapore:

For your customised interior design solutions, please contact

Thom Signature Interior Design

Address: 1 Irving Place, $05-06

The Commerze @ Irving

Singapore 369546

Tel: +65-6524-9677


H/T: Renotalk

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