A small home shouldn’t dampen your enthusiasm and spirit to decorate it. There are many creative ways to make your home look comfortable and appear spacious
Due to the high cost of living, escalating housing rates and growing number of nuclear families, the demand for compact homes is simply on the rise. However, the main challenge for compact homes is to ensure that the small space is designed aesthetically. The trick lies in optimising the available area for a comfortable home. Get the interiors designed in such a way that your home shouldn’t look overdone or cramped with various elements.
A minimalistic design approach will not only give a subtler look to the house, but also make it appear big enough. Furniture that can be folded away and multi-functional units, such as a wardrobe-cum-study unit, are ideal for small homes. You can also choose a sofa–cum–bed that folds into the wall or a trundle bed below a single bed, in place of the traditional bed.
Light shades and soft textures will add depth to a small space. In a small home, the entire interior will become visible in a single blink of the eye. Select the right colour scheme for your home’s interiors. pale colours expand a space visually by making the walls recede. Blues and greens, and greys, browns, and lavenders with blue or green undertones, can make walls recede and a small space seem larger, and plan the home’s lighting accordingly.