Decorating a large room

The most common problems with interior designers is making a small space look bigger than it actually is. However, it is an equally tedious job to fill the space in a larger room! You don’t have to resort to filling up your living space with unnecessary clutter. Using the right kinds of furniture and placing it in a certain way will help fill up your extra spaces without making it seem too cluttered.

Stay proportional

One of the advantages of having a large living space is that you can install art works. However, you need to ensure that the furniture and the art does not conflict in size. Even when choosing furnishings such as coffee table, lamps, additional seating or other small furnishings, make sure that they fit well into the existing interior layout. You can also use large fixtures such as book cases, shelves and other fittings as a nice contrast to the interior texture.


You can create invisible partitions within a room by the way of structuring and use of different types of furnishings. For example you can install a TV in one end of a room and a book shelf at the other end. You can also change the kind of lighting, albeit slightly, to make subtle changes to the different parts of the room. If you want to make the partitions more distinct, you can use Japanese screen partitions and sliding room partitions as well.

Add details

Go bold with the paints. Since you are looking to give a large room an illusion of limited space, you can use strong, dark paints. You can also invest in other additional architectural details like ceiling beams, pillars, etc to give your living space a cosy feel.

There is so much you can do with a large room. Make the best use of the available space to give large spaces a decorative look.

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