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3. Fold your doorsSmall spaces need airiness and openness. Folding doors that tuck in together are a great way to enhance the spacious feel – they occupy minimal space as opposed to the regular swing door which takes up floor space to open.Tip: A barn-style door that slides along the wall on tracks is another alternative for creating more space.
10. Install large-scale wall artJust because your bedroom is small doesn’t mean it cannot be dramatic. One way is by hanging up an oversized piece of art that can inject a good dose of drama to a space-constrained room and make it appear bigger than it is. The larger the canvas or framed art, the more high-end the room will feel. Large artwork creates a gallery look which appears expensive.
Winner (bedroom): Architecture BRIOThis clean, straight-line bed accentuated with a vibrant painting also has a massive backdrop that adds texture and height to the bedroom. Neutral flooring and large windows ensure the vibe is relaxed and peaceful.
8. Airy and spaciousPart of an open-plan apartment, another design by Architecture BRIO, its airiness and openness is the defining character of this bedroom. The use of edgy, contemporary furniture further enhances the spacious feel – even foldable doors help take up minimal space. Only key pieces have been brought in and enough room left for empty spaces.
Showcase your artDuring your many hotel stays you’ll notice that all rooms incorporate different forms of art. This helps to pull the room together and makes even a plain space come alive. Thus, make your master suite special by boldly showcasing your favourite pieces. Architecture BRIO adds texture and height to this bedroom in Mumbai by framing the bed in a massive, vibrant painting.