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Small house interior design ideas to maximize space

Small house interior design ideas to maximize space

It is difficult to make room for all your stuff when you are living in a small apartment. There are several ingenious ways you can maximise the space and make the home functional. You don’t have to worry about how tiny the room is or how crowded the bedroom looks with all your things. At KMG developers we witness limited space issues all the time and we have the experience in designing functional home regardless of the size. You will find the below interior design ideas very helpful in making the best use of the available space.

Space-saving furniture 

Whether you have a small bedroom or dining area, you can save a lot of space by investing in compact-sized furniture. Based on your everyday needs and family size you can shop for multi-functional furniture and accessories. Since the home design has trended towards smaller square footage, the furniture market offers a range of multi-purpose furniture such as floating desk, transforming sofa, compact dining tables, and clever storage shelves. Apart from its space-saving design, they are known for its contemporary looks and functionality. It also promotes traffic flow in the room.

If you have large furniture you can sell them and get smaller ones or remodel/repurpose them with the help of a carpenter. When you are working with interior designers at KMG we assure to put you in touch with experienced local carpenters and artisans who can build or remodel great furniture to meet your home design.

Smart wall storage

With clever wall storage, you can save a lot of space occupied by books, vases, game consoles and other household items. This way you will find place for everything you want. At the rear of the shelves you can shove away the things that are used less frequently. If you want a desk to be included go for a mounted wall desk. Imagine all the space you will be saving by mounting your TV on the wall, stacking your books on the wall shelves and organizing the rest of the things. Also, you can experience the content of walking into a well-organized and clean home.

Make use of the corners 

All the rooms have corners that often go unused. How about transforming these corners and unused spaces into a library, reading area, snack zone or meditating area? Paint these areas with a different colour and create a whole new personal zone. Depending on what you intend to do in this space you can store the specific things and accessories and quickly access them.

You can paint, read, write or do anything without getting completely cut off from the rest of the room.

Mirror Mirror on the wall

We cannot stress enough on how important mirrors are in making a room spacious. It’s one of the oldest design tricks in the book, but one that is used effectively even today. Invest in wall mirrors with a good frame that not only makes the room larger but amplifies the beauty of the room. Mirrors come in wide-range of shapes and sizes to meet the different design needs of your home. You will be amazed by how the reflection of the mirrors make your room lighter and airier.

Go Neutral

As you already know neutral wall paints, curtains and furnishings have a great impact on how the room feels. Paint your walls with light shades that are whites, greys, and off-whites combined with subtle patterns and textures for a great balance.

Before buying furnishings and accessories, think about a color palette that can expand the space visually. It should also complement to the wall and ceiling paint.

Think Vertical

Space between the tops of furniture and a room’s ceilings are spaces that go under-utilized. Make use of these spaces by hanging paintings or high-mounted lights. Tall bookcases and cabinets can make the room feel higher. Chairs and tables with raised legs also do the trick as it creates a sense of light and space.

Don’t fill up every space

The problem with having small spaces is that you try to fill up the empty spaces with something or the other. Every empty wall or space gets crowded with unnecessary things which make the room congested. It is fine to leave empty walls or storage shelves the way it is and you don’t have to feel the need to stack up things.

When it comes to decorating small spaces less is more. With all the above-mentioned design tips you can maximize the space in your home. You can get further inspiration from minimalistic decorating ideas online. 

Team up with our interior design team and get the right interior decoration help you want. Give us a call +91 9895 151 440 and we can talk about your project.



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