TIPS FOR STYLING SMALL SPACES IN YOUR HOME
Open up your space and transform each corner of your home into a sacred place which embodies your personal style with these helpful tips from our Totem Road design team.
When you’re styling furniture within your space think about making the room feel expansive. An easy way to do this is by choosing furniture which sits above the floor, as this will natural create an optical illusion which will make the space read a little larger.
Understand the natural traffic flow of the room and style around this to ensure you don’t turn your space into an obstacle course. When styling a smaller space you have to be realistic on what will fit and allow you to live comfortably. At this stage of the styling process you may need to let a few unnecessary items go or move them into another room which they’re better suited for.
KNOW YOUR COLOUR PALETTE
Choose three colours which will work effortlessly together and introduce this as your colour palette throughout your home. By understanding your colour palette, you will ensure that any new additions to your space will work cohesively and will create a consistent look throughout your home.
EMBRACE GENIUS STORAGE
Small spaces usually come with very little storage options, which simply means that you need to get creative with your furniture choices. Our Maebry Entertainment Unit is a perfect example of versatile design combined with a modern aesthetic. It gives you the freedom to store your living room essentials, plus your audio and visual equipment in one place, while tying back effortlessly with your space.
For design advice specific to your home simply visit our friendly team in-store at Shop 3/188 Oxford St, Paddington NSW 2021 or contact us at email@example.com or call 02 8021 3789.
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