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October 21, 2021

Have a small space? Here are 5 ways to make the most of it.

Just because you might have a small house, doesn’t mean you cannot decorate it the way you’d like to. You just have to do it smartly. And that’s where our tips will come handy. So let’s get started.

Choose your furniture smartly

When selecting furniture, keeping the space factor in mind should be a priority. Here are some cues to help you make the most thought-through selections.

Go for furniture that is mobile and versatile. Some examples to inspire you:

  • Sectional sofas have different pieces put together that can be moved as you like.
  • Dining table sets with a bench are more suitable because the bench can play a multi-functional role - move it to the living room or balcony when you need extra seating space.
  • Maximize your bookshelf or TV unit. Choose a design that can accommodate both your television and your books and other knick knacks.
  • A side table that can be useful in the bedroom, living room, as well as get converted to a coffee table in the balcony.

The idea is - if you buy furniture that can be used for different purposes, you’ll have to buy less.

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Here’s a 6 seater dining set with a bench that can fit snugly in small spaces. The chairs and bench can be used as extra seating in the living room when guests arrive. The fabric upholstery in a neutral shade mingles well with all kinds of color themes.

Buy beds with useful features

If you have a small bedroom, don’t go for beds that occupy the whole room. Choose compact beds with storage space. You can use the storage space to hold linen, clothes, etc, so that you don't need to buy a storage rack or cupboard for it. Look for sofa cum beds or day beds. If you don’t have a guest bedroom, your living room sofa cum bed can come in handy when you have visiting guests.

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This queen size bed is perfect for small bedrooms. Its minimal design is complemented by the box storage space it provides. Made of particle board, it has a wenge finish that gives it a classic look.

Keep it minimal

When you have less space in your house, it’s best to keep things to the minimal. From furniture to colors to the design and style of objects - keeping it to the basics will contribute to making your house look spacious. In other words, avoid clutter and too much of anything. When you’re choosing furniture such as bookshelf, TV unit, dining table, or wardrobe online, make sure you keep factors such as design, colors, and size in your mind.

Choose storage wisely

Since your house is small, it is important to choose storage smartly. When choosing wardrobe, kitchen cabinets, storage racks, make sure you think about how you can maximize the storage space and functions. For example, choose wardrobes that offer space on top to store suitcases, bags or big boxes. The kitchen storage cabinets should have racks of different sizes to store large and small containers. Similarly, your study room storage or study desk should offer ample storage space.

Go for versatile seating

A sofa that turns into a bed at night. A chair that works for the dining table as well as the study desk. A sectional sofa that has different pieces that can be kept in different rooms and brought together when required. When you have a small space, it’s important to think wisely about your seating arrangement. Instead of buying many chairs, sofas, etc, go for multi-purpose seating options.

Over to you

So you see, it’s not that difficult to make a small space look or feel big if you pick up your furniture well and plan your interior. If you’re looking to buy furniture suitable for small spaces, you’ll find something for every room on Nilkamal online furniture store.

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