Little Known Ways to Make Your Room Feel So Much Bigger

Whether it’s your bedroom, living room, dining room or study, we’ve curated our top hacks for making a room feel more spacious.

Light it up

Light hues on ceilings, walls and floor work wonders to open up a space. Opt for light greys, whites or if you want to add some colour pastel pinks and blues may be the way to go.

Make use of hidden storage

There’s something seriously exciting about buying a piece of furniture that can double up for multiple uses.

Make a statement

Clutter-Schmutter.
Nobody likes clutter. And it especially doesn’t belong in a small space. When styling your room, go for a statement piece of furniture rather than multiple small pieces. Furniture that has legs and sits off the ground also helps to make a room feel larger.

Mirror Mirror on the wall…

Using mirrors on the walls creates the illusion of a bigger space, and also enhances natural light throughout the room.

Concrete Inspiration For Your Next Home

HOW TO INCORPORATE THE CONCRETE LOOK INTO YOUR HOME

We've sourced some of our favourite images from Pinterest that showcase different ways concrete has been used throughout residential projects. From living rooms to bathrooms and outdoor areas, here are some of the ways you can incorporate a concrete finish into your next home... 

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Living Room

Living Room

Kitchen & Meals

Kitchen & Meals

Bathroom including Shower & Basin

Bathroom including Shower & Basin

Outdoor Living

Outdoor Living

Outdoor Shower

Outdoor Shower

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All images have been sourced via Pinterest and belong to their rightful owners.