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Just because you aren’t impressed with the length and girth doesn’t mean you should pass. Not everyone has a large one. Pint-sized can still be fun and functional. I am not ashamed to admit I have a small unit. My Downtown L.A. studio is a mere 325 square feet, and I’ve learned to maximize this small living space. Follow these tips to make your unit appear larger than it really is.Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Proper placement is key. Mount the mirror in the room where it will trick the eye to think it extends further than it does. (By the way, on the ceiling above your bed does not count.) This adds perspective and makes the room appear deeper. The great thing about mirrors is that their purpose is twofold. They not only aggrandize a room, but they also do wonders for the Narcissus in each of us.Rainbows are Out!
Fashion stylists advise their Napoleonic clients to dress in one hue because it elongates their body. The same applies to selecting a color scheme for your cozy place. Stick with a monochromatic palette. Maintaining colors within the same spectrum unifies a space. The more crazy patterns and colors you have, the more it visually cuts up the room—the eye does not know where to focus and the room ends up looking compartmentalized.
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