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Maximizing Small Spaces

With space at a premium these days, especially for those of us living in London, we have compiled a list of tips and tricks to maximize your small spaces.

.Functional furniture – Utilize furniture that has more than one use such as a sofa bed, storage bed, ottoman storage and wireless technology, this will provide you with useful storage space without compromising on floor space.

Alexi - perfect for small spaces Alexi Storage Chaise Sofabed - Darlings of Chesea

Create zones – Use paint or subtle demarcations to evoke rooms, this will give the illusion of a bigger space.

Eco Friendly Holiday Home
Photo by Cream & Black Interior Design 
Bigger but fewer – Use large scale furniture to make your room seem bigger.
Boutique Mews House, London

Trick the eye – Utilize floor to ceiling curtains, see-through furnishings and mirrors to draw the eye up and let light through and give the appearance of extra height and depth.

bed with custom hamper/bench
Photo by Lauren Gries 


Maximum functionality minimum square footage – An example of this is to use two small tables instead of one big coffee table, they are easy to move and take up less space than one large coffee table.

Bayshore Bungalows Byron Bay
Photo by Designing Spaces & Places 

Keep Calm – Neutral even-toned rooms trick the eye into thinking it's more spacious than it is.

Chelsea townhouse
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Vertical – Take cabinets and shelves all the way to the ceiling to draw the eye up and make use of the whole space.

Lonsdale Road