A tiny kitchen, low ceilings, small spaces etc will lead to a belief that we have only a narrow and limited space to decorate our homes. Actually this thought was exactly wrong. There are plenty of ways to make your dreams and imagination into reality even in a very small rooms. You just need to know how to increase the space or the awareness of space available to you. Here are some tips to change your small spaces in your home into a better one.
1.Always choose the right curtains
If you choose the same color for your curtains as you have on the walls, it will give a sense of volume to the room. Avoid selecting curtains which are thick, heavy and long.
2. As much as natural light as possible
Don’t use window ledges as bookshelves, and don’t put flowers there either. The window panes should always be completely clear and clean. Even the smallest room, if filled with the maximum amount of natural light, will feel more comfortable, airy and cozy all at the same time, rather than cramped.
When we are searching for a new home, we will go through three categories of houses: Unfurnished, semi-furnished and fully furnished.
Unfurnished flats are housing units that are sold without any additions to the interiors. An unfurnished apartment is sold without the following internal specifications:
- Home appliances
- Electrical fittings
- Sanitary fixtures
The Semi–furnished apartments are spaces that are provided with limited pieces of furniture’s. In every semi-furnished space, the types of amenities vary. A semi-furnished flat is usually offered with amenities such as :
- Electrical fittings
- Kitchen cabinets
- Furniture in the hall
Fully Furnished Apartments:
A fully furnished unit is just as moving to your home without any gadgets. You will be having everything there. It will be having all furniture including the electronic appliances. Ina fully furnished apartment, the buyer can find ready to posses necessary furniture in addition to facilities such as:
- Dining Table
- Air conditioning
- Electronic appliances such as washing machines, refrigerators and much more.
Identify who will be the primary contact with the architect, contractor, and others involved in designing and building your project. It is good to have one point of contact to prevent confusion and mixed messages.
. Involving an architect early on in a project can actually save you time and money. They will offer you a range of options and discuss with you the most economic and appropriate design for your requirements.