Your home is your personal sanctuary, is the place where everything feels good, where you let outside all the negative energy and enjoy your time there.
But, if you’re confined to a 300-square-foot studio apartment, or if you’re sleeping in box the size of your wingspan, or if you’re toiling away in a home office that’s a fraction of the size of your real one, no one would blame you for wanting more.
If you don’t have the opportunity to live in a big house, all you have to do is to learn how to decorate your rooms so that they look huge. It’s not that complicated if you really want it and you are a creative person.
Unfortunately, you can’t exactly create more space out of nothing. (Thanks a lot, zoning laws…) What you can do, however, is create the illusion of more space.
By deploying tried-and-true tricks of the trade, you can instantly turn a sardines-in-a-tin-can home into a picture-perfect cavernous enclave of luxuriousness. Read on and learn how to do it!