It is important and imperative for a house owner to not to forfeit his luxury and comfort at the cost of having a small house that is wrongly designed
It is important and imperative for a house owner to not to forfeit his luxury and comfort at the cost of having a small house that is wrongly designed or mix planned. Agree? After all, it is a conman’s dream of his life and also, the biggest achievement next to have settled down in a successful career. So, for such a once in a lifetime coup of owning a house in such a fast-growing world of competition, the utmost care and vital measures are to be taken, right?
Having a small home is no insult but a dream home is a great accomplishment. So taking simple measures that can turn your home lively and make it appear larger is your prime duty. Scroll down for more info.
Well, here are a few hues that you need to put an eye on so that you may need not compromise your comfort and harmony for having a budget and small home.
Simpler things work
Ask your interior designer if he or she could suggest a good setee instead of allowing you to have a big and vast sofa set occupied in your living room or bedroom. Yes, a setee is comparatively smaller and can even offer you a better experience when you have smaller rooms.
Create an illusion with flooring, columns, and height
While you can do wonders with wide and vast rooms, you can do magic with smaller spaces provided, with a little budget increase but it doesn’t cost you a bomb! Separate your living space and kitchen with different floorings or maybe with heights (only by a few inches) rather than by walls so that it looks lavish and at the same time, doesn’t give your space a smaller look.
Also, try asking for a suggestion from your architect about having your dining and kitchen room/ dining and living room divided by columns and
Can make outdoor spaces livable Thought for a change! It is a clever and smart move to merge outdoors and indoors with the incorporation of patio doors. Every architect and interior designer is aware of these modernized in-home ingenious barriers that can transform the overall impact of a small house. Patio doors can be used for linking up your master bedrooms to the balcony or a simple sit-out or courtyard to the living room that gives a royal house-like look to your abode.
Play with the hues
Go to paint everything uniform! If you are not too much into colors and are not passionate about making your home a rainbow-on-earth like thing, but still love to see your abode brighter and bigger than it is actually, pick up light tints that reflect more light making the rooms appear brighter and luminous. Cream, off-white, or any pastel hues work the magic. Also, bring in some cozy furniture.
Make the most of the space with mirrors
Incorporating large mirrors in the passageways or your bedrooms – besides the beds or around the wardrobes can create an illusion of having strolling in a large mansion, if not exaggeration. After all, it is all about architectural magic, man!
Nail it with built-in storages
Don’t go overboard with clogging and cluttering your home with unwanted baggage of additional wardrobes, tables and kitchen set holders. Talk to your architect beforehand asking for built-in storages for your every day kitchen needs. Foldable shoe racks and wall-mounted wardrobes are a great idea to fall for.
Make it a point to have these built-in storages painted in sync with your walls.
Make the most of these architecture and interior designing clues with the help of your builder and recreate your abode into a modernized oasis to boast of it.