Small house plans don’t necessarily mean that you will be living in tight and cramped spaces. With just a bit of thought and a bit of creativity, you can have extra space to move around and breathe easy. The first thing would be to not buy too many things and fill our home with clutter. Have around only those things that you will use.
Furnishing your home with smart furniture is a great way to conserve space. Small house plans are meant to be furnished with pull out furniture. Use book shelves that have an attached desk. Buy a couch that doubles as a bed or a pull-out bunk bed. Utilize that little nook by placing a corner book shelf. The possibilities are endless. Further, these pieces are not too expensive, so you won’t be burning a hole in your pocket.
Also try upholstering your sofa with plain upholstery rather than big, vibrant prints. These usually give a sense of the furniture being bigger than it is.
Place lights in such a way that it illuminates dark corners. Avoid floor or table lamps as much as you can- unless you really really like them. They take up space. Painting the walls a good solid color helps too. Many interior designers would suggest white. But, any plain pastel would do.
This is another area where you can get creative. Wall mounted shelves, shelves with a desk attached, shelves with sliding doors are all ideas that you can use. Some interior designers even suggest using transparent plastic or glass shelving for the wall mount. Don’t discount shelves with deep drawers either.
If your small house plan resembles the layout of a loft or if you feel the need to have different sections in one room, use a partition. You can find good ones at Ikea or Urban Outfitters. You can fold them up if you don’t want them, and bring them out when you need them.
So, small house plans may seem like something that isn’t too viable. But, with a bit of practicality and creativity, you can have much space here too.
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