Monday, March 2, 2015

How to Maximize Limited Living Spaces

Don't you just love some small homes?  They give off a vibe of comfort and warmth that large homes cannot match.  Limited living space encourages greater appreciation for what one does have.  We can make make smaller space work to our advantage with creative solutions.  How to make use of small spaces and still live like a royalty? Here are some simple things you can do to maximize your limited living space.

Cutting down on the things we own.


Maybe it is finally time to let go of your old cassettes from the college days and your extensive collection of science and horror fiction.  We can now build extensive digital library of music and literature which means that we can now donate all the things we have to someone who is yet to experience it.








Modular elements.

I am just loving all these new multi-functional furniture that are now already in the market.  With these modular elements you can easily save up lot of space and keep your rooms airy and large.







By investing in foldable beds, tables and chairs they give us space-saving options without compromising on comfort.  







Smoke and mirrors.

The trick to make a small space seem somehow large depends on the good lighting.  By strategically placing mirrors in the corners and using glass tops for tables gives the illusion of space.






Light and air ventilation are another crucial component in adding organic space to your living quarters.  If you have a balcony with bit of a sunlight, you can use that space for greenery providing a much needed counterpoint for your sleek interiors.  I recently visited my friend's house and immediately fell in love with how dense the plants grew in such small space in the balcony.





With our cramped urban living space, it can be difficult to find large airy homes for a reasonable price.  With the few creative tips you can give a good makeover to your small home and make it seem expansive without sacrificing the comfort.








Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.   - Lao Tzu



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