Teak Furniture – How to Make a Small Space Look More Roomy

If you don’t have a very large interior, you will want to think about ways to make this space appear bigger – and, if you are decorating your home with teak furniture, there are a number of ways to do this.

The first step is to think about the room layout and plot out where to put your furniture before you go out and buy. This way you can make the best use of space so your room won’t appear too cluttered.

If you have a lot of stuff, try and get rid of some of the things you don’t use, or need, and the rest can be tidied away in storage furniture. Start as you mean to go on and organise your cupboards and shelves so you have a place for everything and can find things quickly and easily.

Organising your cupboards and shelves and de-cluttering will free up shelves and floor space and make a room appear instantly bigger.

By choosing light coloured teak furniture above darker colours this opens up a space and makes it appear light and airy. Dark coloured furniture, on the other hand, makes a space appear warm and cosy, but is best avoided in a small room that lacks natural light as it will make the space appear smaller.

Chunky or heavily carved furniture can overwhelm a small space. Instead, to make a room appear bigger, it is best to opt for furniture that is fuss free with clean, sleek, lines, and thinner shelves or table legs; Puji’s Mino collection, for instance, is ideal for contemporary homes and small spaces.

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