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424/426 4050 Whistler Way, Whistler

424/426 4050 WHISTLER WAY, Whistler

307 7433 Cambie Street, Vancouver

307 7433 CAMBIE STREET, Vancouver West

1 8633 Capstan Way, Richmond

1 8633 CAPSTAN WAY, Richmond

320 5604 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt

320 5604 INLET AVENUE, Sunshine Coast

906 1239 W Georgia Street, Vancouver

906 1239 W GEORGIA STREET, Vancouver West

4987 Claydon Road, Garden Bay

4987 CLAYDON ROAD, Sunshine Coast

312 1466 Pemberton Avenue, Squamish

312 1466 PEMBERTON AVENUE, Squamish

336 Richmond Street, New Westminster

336 RICHMOND STREET, New Westminster

110 Tahouney Road, Salt Spring Island

110 TAHOUNEY ROAD, Islands-Van. & Gulf

11645 243 Street, Maple Ridge

11645 243 STREET, Maple Ridge

1223 Wilson Crescent, Squamish

1223 WILSON CRESCENT, Squamish

2205 13438 Central Avenue, Surrey

2205 13438 CENTRAL AVENUE, North Surrey

The main test while designing a condo or a home in Vancouver is using a studio to make it look spacious without compromising on style. But, there are lots of instructions and methods to make your small condo look spacious and more sophisticated. In this article, you will discover all those hush-hush tips that famous interior designers use to give a redecoration to undersized condos.

How to pack lots of style into a small Vancouver Studio? To bring in refinement to small residential space, it is often a good decision to make any wall having an exposed brick portion the core piece or focal point in the sitting space. The fireside under the exposed brick portion will affix more character to space. You may hang extensive, mild coloured blinds and shutters from the ceiling which will make the windows seem taller. Well-positioned mirrors or ground to roof mirrors which spread out light to produce the illusion of extra space in a room.

Furniture One more tip for creating the illusion of room is to design your living spaces with armless furnishings. The absence of armrests provides a fluid, roomy, satisfying sense of commodiousness while gaudily coloured rugs positioned on the flooring arrest notice away from the furnishings to the island in the heart of the space. Place your furnishings in such places so as not to hamper traffic flow. While designing small spaces in flats and condos, forever remember to place the furniture in spaces that allow the eyes to drift around the room in a free manner. Additionally, do not stuff loads of furniture articles into a cramped room, since that will diminish the flexibility and spaciousness you had created earlier. If there’s scarcely any space on your house for furnishings, decide for low lying couches or storage beds that complement the look created by wall paintings and long windows. Use room saving multifunctional furniture articles and play around with accessories to impart an exceptional look to your Vancouver condos.

Shelves and Bookcases The USP lies in the open wall room. You could employ the existing bookshelves to change them into covered storage walls. Veil them using the same blinds as you used in the windows and deposit on some wire sunbursts for added effect. Similarly, if you fasten the blinds from the top, it will make the room seem taller. Slim wall sills usually double up as depot areas for your sunglasses and openers and as picture galleries. They also help in the purpose of extending the walls visually.

Add Color through Accents To convert your Vancouver home into a neutral haven, try for dazzlingly coloured embellishments and accent articles like rugs, wall art, artworks, lamp shades, flower pots, table decorations, candles and much more to adorn the white or fawn or mild painted walls. Cream-hued upholstery fabric and tie top draperies generally add organization and beauty to tight housing spaces. Present your rooms some breathing room by adding a huge, expansive window in each room.
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