By Jenice Cowell. interior. Published at Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 - 09:14:57 AM.
Too many of us are guilty of taking older or rarely used items and burying them up in the attic. never to be thought of again. Unfortunately. though. while this organizational method may be common. it's causing us to miss out on a great opportunity to create something special.In fact. your attic may have more potential than any unused space in your home.
Use your intended design style as a starting point and then use sites like Freshome to determine which materials are most commonly used together in that aesthetic. That way. you can be sure that your final product will exceed expectations.Make a statement with a bold shade. Go darker on the bottomAnother common way to utilize this trend is by using a darker shade on your lower cabinets and a lighter shade on top.
If space is an issue. think about investing in multi-functional furniture like a set of nesting tables that can double as a coffee table. A desk can also function as a buffet when entertaining. or even a bench can be a coffee table. extra seating.” — Lisa Melone Cloughen of Melone Cloughen Interiors. Inc. in New York. NYUse these tips to get the most out of small space living.
Read over their tips and do your best to incorporate them in your own interiors. Sometimes one tip makes all the difference.Do you live in a small space? If so. what tips do you have for making limited square footage work in your favor? Share them with us in the comments below.Awesome Room Divider Ideas. Even If You Have a Small SpaceOpen space living in lofts. studios or homes with high ceilings and few walls are very popular.