Renovating or remodelling a home can be challenging, especially when you have limited space. But, with smart designing options, you can make your home look spacious and bigger. You can easily transform tight space into an open and functional area.
Are you looking for effective interior ideas to make your home look bigger?
If yes, here are some awesome home interior design ideas for you that you can use to make every room in your home look bigger. Have a look!
1. Skip The Idea Of False Ceiling And Use Track Lights
There is no doubt that false ceilings look good, but when you are dealing with limited space, a false ceiling overwhelms it. Therefore instead of a false ceiling, choose other smart options to make the ceiling look attractive.
One of the easiest ways to create a beautiful ceiling is to use track lights and exposed wire pipes. This will not only help create an impressive ceiling design but also give an industrial look to your interior.
For walls, choose white paint as this will make the space look spacious as well as bigger.
2. Use Neutral Hues In The Bedroom
Neutral and subtle colours like white, beige, grey, and would make the room feel spacious as well as bigger. The best part is that these colours fit every home style, be it Scandinavian, minimalist, modern, or contemporary.
You can also incorporate platform flooring to add a sense of visual depth to the spacious interior, as well as using it for spatial segregation.
3. Use the Mirror wall To Strategically Enlarge the Space
A mirror wall in the dining area can do wonders for a small space. The mirror wall reflects more light in the area and makes space look bigger. Placing a mirror wall strategically in a tight space will transform the look of the room in no time.
Moreover, it makes your space look standout in the area. Take the idea from the above image.
5. Open Kitchen Plan Is in Trend
The open floor concept makes the home space look spacious and bigger as well. Therefore, an open kitchen is a practical design for homes with limited space. Takedown all the walls between the living area and kitchen to make the space look open.
However, you can go for a smart breakfast corner design to visually separate the space. Also, use neutral shades in the open kitchen to make the area look spacious and trending. Wood for kitchen cabinets is a great choice. Take the idea from the above image.