The key to a living in small-space might just be easier than you think.
The key to living in small-space might just be easier than you think. And it all comes down to how you perceive the space after employing three simple concepts: Scale, light and movement.
1. Scale it down
Furniture for small space is all about proportions. To create a sense of roominess, you could leave a little gap between your furniture and the walls. The only exception here is a bed, which could be placed between two walls for a cozy feel.
2. Keep a low profile
Furniture that is lower to the ground will create the feeling of openness by the fact that they leave more space above them. A loft bed or even by placing the mattress directly on the floor would give you ample amount of space.
Making a small-space look big is all about creating an illusion of openness and movement. Use furniture that will not only allow air to flow over it but also under and around it, so that it appears to float in space. You can go for the vintage mid-century modern pieces which are low and leggy.