Sometimes, a room simply can’t be as large as you would like. There are many techniques that can be used to help a small room feel larger. Knowing these techniques can help you make the most of the space that you have available. Additionally, alternative approaches can be used to help an uncomfortably large room feel cozier.
Brighter colors are generally able to help a room appear larger. Conversely, darker colors can allow a room to feel much smaller. Additionally, white trim can be used to make walls feel further away. Using different shades of the same kind of color can help a room appear much larger. The color of the ceiling can also have a significant impact on the feel of the room. A ceiling that is a brighter shade than the rest of the room will cause it to feel much taller than a ceiling that is a darker color than the rest of the room.
Stripes can also be used to change the feel of a room. Wider stripes can make a more significant impact than thin stripes. Horizontal stripes will allow a room to feel much longer while vertical stripes can help a room feel much taller.
The decoration within a room can impact the feeling within the room. A small rug does not actually make the room feel larger. A large rug, however, can help the room feel more spacious. Mirrors help to reflect light and appearance, which can help make a room appear larger.
A small room doesn’t necessarily have to feel small. Implementing the appropriate decoration can help you make your small room feel larger. To learn more about painting techniques for helping a small space feel larger, contact our experts at Brush Brothers Painting today!