Lots of small space strategies are about smart ideas that everyone can use in any space. Try these on for size.
Reduce clutter.But remember, clutter can take over and make you crazy. Although we often hear this advice in reference to small spaces where every inch counts, no one in a home of any size should be hanging on to too many things they don't need. It's not just about the physical space, clutter really does send a mental message, too! Whether or not your realise it, stacks and piles and covered surfaces are stressful to look at. Having a home for everything you own (and putting it there) will save you tons of mental and physical energy.
Buy smaller multiples items. Instead of one big item. Buy multiples of smaller items. This is great advice for people who don't have the room for a large coffee table in their living room. So just buy two or three smaller ones.
Repurpose what you already have. Just because you have plenty of space, doesn't mean you always need to look to the shop to solve a missing piece in your decor. Finding a new place for an old item is a good space saving measure and it can also lend a unique vibe. Just use your imagination.
Mix in visually light furniture. Visually light furniture is a good way to make your space look less crowded when you need to cram in a lot, but it's also a great way to make your look balanced overall even if you have plenty of room.
Know the power of hooks. Hanging your clothes on hangers is fine but if you really want everything at your fingertips and right in front of your eyes, hooks are your friend. Another hook perk? Kids (and messy adults) are much more likely to hang something easily on an available hook than they are to find and wrangle a hanger.
Exerts from Apartment Therapy