1. Define your space.
Designer Vivian Gacad defines the living room from the dining area in this tiny home with an area rug. You can also use a cabinet or freestanding shelves to divide areas within a small space.
2. Remove one piece.
Sometimes removing a single piece of furniture – a bulky armchair or an additional sofa – can make a tiny room more spacious.
3. Move things around.
Rearranging your existing furniture layout can improve room circulation. Try putting your largest piece against your longest wall, and leaving the rest of your room clear for traffic.
4. Use the great outdoors.
Not enough space? Then take things outdoors. A porch, lanai, or covered balcony can serve as an additional seating or dining area with a few existing furnishings.
5. If you can’t hide it, display it!
Choose the best among your stuff and put it on tasteful display. Prop them up in bookshelves, or use it to accent kitchen counters and side tables.
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