Home improvement

How To Decorate Small Spaces

If your house or apartment doesn’t have a lot of space, don’t worry. In this article, we will give you tips on how to make your environment look bigger and better.

In The Bedroom

If the room is small, feng shui birth element for bedroom (ฮ วง จุ้ย ห้อง นอน ตาม วัน เกิด, which is the term in Thai) are your allies. Enjoy any space you can get by betting on niches and shelves. In theory, any wall will do, but if you install the shelf on the wall behind the bed, you will achieve a cool effect that may dispense with the need for a headboard, which would take up even more space.

In The Living Room

When choosing the sofa, carefully measure the space you have. A good tip is to choose a 3-seater sofa coordinated with an armchair or two puffs. Sets with large sofas should be avoided because, in addition to compromising space, they block circulation through the room.

If your apartment has only one bedroom, a sofa bed can be a great purchase. It is a nice option for you to receive a visit comfortably.

In The Bathroom

First, minimize the number of objects that should be on the sink. Medicines, perfumes and makeup should not be in small bathrooms. In addition to disrupting the organization of space, due to temperature variations, products can end up spoiling.

Baskets are great allies for storing objects in the bathroom. But more than giving that help in the organization, they still give a very special touch to the decoration of the environment, bringing lightness and relaxation.

Choose one of the walls and use colored or patterned ceramics. There are many options on the market, from glass tiles to pieces that resemble hydraulic tiles. They will make your bathroom much more cheerful and modern.

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