If you are living in a small flat, you are probably looking for ways to make the most of your available space. To help you out, we at TailorMade Sofas have compiled the following brilliant tips to get you started:
1. Use Corner Sofas
Instead of filling your space with several pieces of furniture, look for a bold piece from TailorMade Sofas. We combine style, design, pattern and functionality to offer you excellent corner sofas, and with our extraordinary ability to supply tailor-made pieces, we offer you the opportunity to tell us what you require form your corner sofa in terms of style, size and weight so that we can customise it for you in the best way possible.
To know more about our stylish bespoke corner sofas, please browse our website or pop into our expansive showroom. Alternatively, you can call or send us an e-mail.
2. Use Mirrors to Create Reflections
Mirrors not only bring more light into rooms, but also play a major role in elongating and opening up the space. We strongly recommend you use mirrors in rooms such as the kitchen, bathroom, dining room and the living room for a space enhancing finish..
3. Clever Use of Paint
Choose light colours for your walls such as subtle cream, pale lime and soft mauve, before accessorising with dark or bright items to add warmth and make the space appear bigger, lighter and more attractive. Steer clear of crisp white paint as it is best suited for larger spaces.
4. Use Small Electronics and Appliances
Don’t allow large electronics or appliances to dominate your flat. Instead of buying large stereo systems and televisions, opt for smaller, classy ones that are sizable enough to fit your small space. If you have a large flat screen television, hang it on a flexible arm to eliminate the need for a TV stand. Kitchen appliances such as the microwave, refrigerator, ovens and blenders should be smaller in size too.
One of the best ways of utilising your small space efficiently is by getting rid of things that you no longer need. You can sell, donate to charity or simply throw them away, ensuring that you only keep vital items that you absolutely love or use regularly.