What is it about the phrase “small space” that tends to strike fear and anxiety in the hearts of many? Sure, small space decorating offers its own challenges. However, there is something really refreshing about not wasting space. Having a limited area helps you stay focused on only the things you need and love most, as well as pushes you to be more creative with how you decorate and use it.
Today, I have 10 ideas that will help you make the most of a room that is limited on square footage. Through the use of color, the right accessories, proper furniture placement and a few other decorating tricks, you can turn your small space into a fabulous one. These tips will help those space-challenged rooms feel and live larger without knocking down any walls.
Rental living has a lot of perks, but one aspect that can seem like a downside is the restriction on personalization. One of the best parts of having your own space is getting to make it your own, but often when renting an apartment or house you are limited to what you can change in it. Fortunately, the limitations set by your landlord don’t have to limit you from having a stylish space that reflects you.
Renting may make customization a little more challenging, but some of the most creative things ever made were done so under tight restrictions. In fact, sometimes the results can be even better when you don’t have endless options to get overwhelmed by.
There are lots of ways you can decorate an apartment or other leased space without having to paint the walls or tear out those funky colored tiles in the bathroom. With a few apartment decorating tips and tricks, you can put your stamp on it and make it a space that is a reflection of your personality. And you don’t even have to spend a lot of money to do it.