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Thanks for the post ..contrary to others i always prefer living in small places, more cozy and easier to maintain ... however living in a small space is an art, you have to know how to place everything/choose appropriate colors ..... loved the pictures, if u have any more resources about this please share it !!
Oh my dear ! I have a library full of studio living books ;) If you need any specific info , please let me know! Like for example (how to enlarge a small room OR how we increase natural lighting in a one window small room...etc) I will be more than happy to make a special post for you ;)
Thanks for the really awesome pics! I have been looking around at pictures and I particularly liked these because they are more realistic for the type of room shape that I have available to me. Renting a studio in NYC on a low budget, it is much more common to find thin retangular tooms with two thin windows (I think most articles on decorating small rooms have nicely decorated small rooms with huge square windows and much more workable shapes). Thanks a bunch!
My pleasure Ananda :) If you need any help with decoration ideas please drop me an email ok! Thanks for visiting & commenting dear - I hope that you can send me pictures of the finished space to post it here
ey i like ur site.. i just happen to look for options how to add some life to small rooms.. im staying in a small room where im boarding right now and the rule is we are not allowed to "mess up" or art it up or to put it short to paint the walls ,, its kinda old and lacks life ,, the walls are made of wood and painted green but its quite old.. can u please provide me suggestions on what styles or colors might well compromise with it?please?please? here's my eadd: firstname.lastname@example.org. tnx in advance hope to hear from u soon... more power to u! God Bless. =)
and by the way the windows are way to small as well .. its like if it werent for the fan... hahaha.... hope to hear from u soon =)
hey hey :) love the challenge actually - Ok lets see shall we? Here are some points that maybe help - but if you send some photos I can help more- anyway ; here you go dear1- hang two or three mirrors on the wall faces the widows & they all must be the same size, style & design, hang them side by side with a little gap in between & make sure it's above eye level : The reason is , by doing so, you will reflect more light & will give a larger scale to the room.2- If the windows are in the same wall, then cover both of them up with one curtain - from top, have a wooden pole & fix it way up high closer to the ceiling & the curtain it self make it in white light fabric that allows the light to come & spread more - the reason behind this also, that by covering 2 windows in one curtain is to give the illusion of a big wide window behind.I hope the tips helped dear, if you need more, please feel free to drop me an email with the photos of the place - email@example.comT.C.:)
Casamodern provides you a good solution for Decorating Small Space in your home.
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