Feel like the walls are closing in on you? No need to cry in a corner — it’s probably cluttered with furniture anyway.
Lack of space is one of the most common issues people face when it comes to their homes, and while investing in a bigger space seems like a simple solution, not everyone has the funds to make it possible. Interior designers, too, are all too familiar with this common woe among clients.
“Luxury is not just about the silkiest fabrics, the richest carpets, or the finest woods — it’s really all about space,” says Debbie Wiener of My Designing Solutions. “We all want bigger yards, homes and offices, but most of us won’t get it, which is why luxury is space.”
Fortunately, working with your existing space is not only possible, but preferable among interior designers, especially if you’re looking to give your home a much-needed makeover without emptying out your wallet. And there are several tricks of the trade anyone can master with ease.
Try on these tips for size and discover how any teeny tiny room can reach new heights: