Can You Add Big Furniture in a Small Space?
Let these tried-and-tested tricks help you
There's a common misconception that if you use big furniture pieces in a small home, it will take up most of the space—making your home look cramped. The truth is, you can make classic pieces—which tend to be bigger in size—work in a tiny room by making smarter choices.
Interior designer Alyssa Amanda Valenton, co-founder and creative director of Créatif Interiors and lecturer at the SoFA Design Institute, shares these handy hints on how you can work with large pieces even in a tiny home:
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