5 Methods to Make Your Room Look Bigger and Spacious

For many of us want to achieve that dream house interior, but that of course is not an easy task to do. A lot of efforts and hard work is required to gain those perfect, spacious, and colorful room décor. But, hey, it can`t hurt to dream, one day it`ll all come together! That said, if you wish for a loftier, more expansive home, then there are a few tricks that you can found now to make your interiors for more spacious. Read on for our favorite tips for making a small room feels bigger. A small room can feel cozy and inviting when done right. Use these five tips to make your small space look and feel bigger.

Small rooms are uniquely difficult to design and decorate because of one essential piece of large furniture: the bed. However, just because you have a large bed in a small room, that doesn`t mean you have to sacrifice your sense of style and, more importantly, sense of space. By following some simple bedroom design rules and color schemes, you`ll be amazed how quickly a room transforms.



If you want to make your home feel bright, airy, and more spacious then, paint your walls white. The neutral tone will make your interiors feel and look bigger. In general, dark colors appear to advance, and make your space feel more cavernous, while pale colors appear to recede, making it feel more expansive. And white is as pale as it gets.

The reason this works is simply because lighter colors will reflect the light, making it seem brighter and roomier. Darker paint absorbs light, which will feel smaller and more constricting. In this bedroom, the walls are painted a light, lively blue color, making this small room feel much larger. When thinking about your bedroom design, try to stay away from dark colors. 

2. Use Outsized Mirrors: 

One of the simplest ways to make any room feel and look bigger is to use glass or Lucite (acrylic) furniture. These clear materials visually declutter your space and blend into the interior, so your space doesn`t appear as full or cluttered as it is. Try exchanging out a bulky wood coffee table for a Lucite waterfall table or put a glass console table in a small entry instead of a painted one. Mirrors bounce every source of light off of their surface. If you place a large mirror on a wall across the way from a window, it helps to make spaces feel larger than they actually are.  

3. Place Transparent Furniture In Your Rooms: 

Using clear furniture is similar in concept to using a neutral color from one room to the next. When you use a wooden table for example, your eye stops at the table. When you use a glass top table with clear furniture such as ghost chairs, the eye goes past the furniture and toward the rest of the room. This allows the eye to see the whole room instead of the room in pieces, which can make it look smaller.  

4. Adjust Your Rooms As Per As Your Furniture: 

Is your home vertically challenged? Augment its height by using low-slung furniture or even furniture (like modular sofas) that sits directly on the floor. This designer-favorite trick allows more breathing room between your furniture and the ceiling, and creates a cozy, lounge-like vibe. And will also help in attaining a presentable room appearance.  

5. Naked Windows Are A Right Option To Choose For Your Rooms: 

Uncovered windows create a sense of depth in a small space. Opt for blinds instead of curtains or drapes. If you prefer drapes, take the rod all the way to the top of the wall and hang the drapes so that they reach the floor. This makes the floor to ceiling length of the wall appear longer than it is.


Hope this will help you in a lot and will make your desire space looks more organized, full of space and colorful every day.