Finding a lounging solution to match your needs and yet fit in tight space is nothing short of an exploration. One can spend a life time exploring the options and in the process of perfection waste a lot of time, money and effort. Keeping this in mind, we at home décor Central present you a set of quick tips and along with our recommended products which makes it easy for you to create the perfect lounge experience
1.Keep it neutral – keep it clean
Using neutral colours deceives the eye and creates an illusion of a bigger space. Choose furniture, wall colours and floor mats in perfect harmony. Keep it warm if there is a lot of sunlight. The other thing that’s going to create the illusion of more space, it’s decluttering – it can actually make a room feel wider in seconds. Make sure you keep your room tidy and organized by removing toys, plants, knickknacks and other unnecessary items, and your space will instantly feel bigger and more pleasant to be in.
2.Size and shape matters
In some spaces a full-size sofa just won’t do. Try a slimmed-down love seat or a petite sofa on for size instead. Choose one with clean lines and exposed legs for the airiest look. Try a backless sofa. In an open-plan space, sometimes the best position for the sofa is not on the wall but in the middle of the room. But unless your sofa is quite small, a couch in the middle of a small room can really gobble up space. A backless sofa is a very sleek and stylish alternative and can be used from both sides — quite a bonus when seating options are limited. And if you want to use it in a larger room someday, it can act as a divider between two seating area.
A small living room, each piece of furniture should earn its keep. Think of using furniture or combining pieces of furniture together. Convertible sofas and lounges that can be turned into a bed, nesting side tables that can be moved around as needed or versatile little stools that can be seats or tables.
When accessories and essentials neatly arranged and out of sight, a small space will soon feel orderly and open – a room that's crammed full of 'belongings' takes up space, making it feel disorderly, busy and small. Try and keep the floor as clear as possible, too, as it’s one of the easiest ways to maintain a sense of spaciousness, so use rugs to define spaces, be watchful in choosing furniture accessories like coffee tables and side tables and ensure it is propionate. Using blinds in place of bulky curtains will also improve the aesthetics of the place and finally and some plants to bring the room to life.