With home prices on the rise in new and resale markets, buyers are turning to condos and small townhomes as more affordable options. A study recently announced that new condo sales hit a record in the past year. Therefore, we thought you would like to get some advice on how to maximize every square foot of your living space.
- Install A Cabinet System
If you are currently hanging things in your closet and piling things on the floor, then you are not using your closet correctly. Go to your trusted furniture store and get some organizers. Shelving go a long way, keeping you organized, making everything easily accessible.
- A Natural Palette
White or light gray walls will make your space feel more open, especially if you have low ceilings. Add a bit of contrast with small bold colored decor pieces strategically scattered throughout the room. Your eye will be drawn to color, surrounded by whiteness, making the room feel bigger and a bedroom feng shui for attracting love (ฮ วง จุ้ย ห้อง นอน ความ รัก, which is the Thai).
- Install Open Shelving
Any room – your bedroom, kitchen, living room, bathroom, basement – looks good with open bookshelves. Shelving makes things take off and forces you to check your possessions and decide what is worth displaying and what you should donate.
- Define Your Zones
Your living room may seem small, but when you watch TV, you don’t need to be that big. Use a carpet to define the space, so your eye will not be distracted by how close they are to the walls.
- Invest In Light Furniture
Glass and acrylic furniture can be expensive, but it can make your dining space seem more open and airier. This look would be especially beautiful in a bright breakfast nook.
We hope that these tips help you maximize every square meter of your living space.