NO. 1 SWITCH OUT THE SOFA
Club chairs are ideal for smaller spaces. They are comfortable and stylish like a sofa but take up less space and are more versatile when it comes to placement within a room.
NO. 2 MAKE YOUR ARTWORK WORK FOR YOU
Hanging artwork a bit higher than normal will give the illusion that the room is more expansive. Extending a gallery wall towards the ceiling is a great trick to make the room feel larger because it draws the eye upwards.
NO. 3 SCALE IT
Having one large, dramatic focal piece in your small space will add a curated feel. For instance you can use a large eye catching chandelier, like this one from Mcgee & Co., that creates contrast and is sure to be a conversation starter among your guests.
NO. 4 LIGHTING
Save room by choosing sconces, pendants, or chandeliers. Lighting that is attached to walls or ceilings frees up floor space making it perfect for small living spaces.
NO. 5 UNIQUE PIECES
Choose furniture and decor that is designed to fit your small space while accentuating it. This will help you achieve the look you want without making the space feel over crowded or out of scale.