Some Interior designers hacks make your small space a dream space. Some Tips of Small Space Interiors can stretch your space.
Increase Vertical Space
If you can't go wider, go up! Take advantage of vertical space to maximize storage and get the bonus of drawing the eye upward. Storage with open shelving or minimal design will help keep your space feel more open and less busy.
Light and Bright
Lighter colored fabrics and finishes make a space feel larger, as does furniture that's up on legs versus flush with the floor. Light is more than just lighter colors; it also means light and airy designs or a lighter scale of design. Opt for round accent tables to maximize maneuvering and clear glass tabletops to keep the entire room in view. Adding a mirror will always make any size room feel larger and brighter.
Two - Third Rule
Furniture scale is a key small space consideration. Think less about making everything small and instead keeping furniture and decor proportional. A good rule of thumb is making sure an anchor piece (like a sofa in a living room or a bed in a bedroom) does not exceed two-thirds of the wall behind it.
Modular sectionals, small sleeper sofas and multi-purpose storage are all great starting points for anchoring a small space. Not only do they offer double duty in your current home, but the modern style and function of our products will last for years, no matter the space you're in.
Edit, Edit, Edit, and Finally, evaluate incoming pieces to make sure they are useful and meaningful in the space.