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Small living rooms can often make us feel like it’s difficult to decorate giving it a high-end feel due to the lack of space and perhaps even limited natural lighting. We have come up with 5 easy ideas for any small space to give it a luxurious touch and maintain that elegant touch!
One of the oldest tricks in the book for small rooms is to add mirrors. A well placed mirror amplifies light, expands walls and breaks up visual clutter in small spaces. Place a mirror behind a light source, across from a window or behind furniture in tight spaces to create the illusion that your small living room is bigger than it is. Of course the more of a statement mirror you have the more luxurious the space will look.
Dark colours will make a small living room look smaller so try to stick to light palettes such as pale blues, grey, creams and whites.
Adding in screens to a small living room divides up the room and even create space by amplifying. If a room divider doesn’t quite work in your space try a wall screen which can equally add luxury whilst being less imposing on the space.
Smaller rooms often suffer from low lighting due to little window access, in these cases adding in lighting is essential. To ensure the space has a luxury feel don’t overlook the importance of these lighting features to look premium. Brass lighting can not only enlighten the space but make it trendy and sophisticated.
People looking to design a tight space often overlook the opportunity to really personalise it and look at functionality over style when you can easily fit in both! An accent chair can bring personality and sophistication into your home. Try choosing a round one which often work well in small spaces and don’t be afraid to go with a vivid colour as it can help bring colour, shape and texture to the room which is much needed when trying to attain an elegant and luxurious design.
Which ideas are you going to integrate into your small luxurious living room? To see more tips, don’t forget to visit our Pinterest!