Having a tiny space doesn’t mean you should clutter it with small furniture. One of the modern approaches to decorate a small space is to go big, yes, you may not believe it but it’s true! Choosing large-scale items means not cluttering the space, and it will seem larger because fewer pieces though in a larger scale will make the space feel bigger.
Buy Large Items
Go for a large sofa, bed, ottomans, a chandelier or pendants, a desk or a table or any other pieces that you have planned to use in the room. If you’ve chosen too many, reduce their amount to the most necessary ones and take them in larger sizes. Prioritize the aims of your space: should it have a TV, should there be a plant stand? If the chosen pieces still seem too few for you, opt for some wall-mounted shelves and storage units. The lamps, especially those for a bedroom, can be also wall ones.
Negative space is an important thing but it won’t give you anything when you have a lot of guests who can’t be accommodated. Go for built-in pieces, from storage spaces to beds and seats – anything you may need can be built-in! If it’s a bedroom, you can order a unit with a built-in bed and drawers, if it’s a breakfast nook, you may try built-in benches or ottomans with storage inside. Built-ins can be combined with large scale pieces, or large scale items can contain something built-in, for example, storage. Find something really functional and get inspired!