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Moving into a new space can be a great adventure and with all the excitement, it can also bring a few new challenges. Usually, the biggest challenge I’ve come across involves trying to fit all the thing that you love into a fairly cosy space. But… occasionally it’s quite the opposite, sometimes you find that one area of your new home is larger than expected.

Image source: Pexel

Image source: Pexel

 

To avoid having your furniture and decor look scattered, there are a few tricks that you can use to make your larger space look and feel a little more cosy.

Here are a few tips I’ve put together for you to try ;)

1. Section your space out

This is something you’ve come to consider if you’ve been in your new space for a while, this includes partitioning smaller zones out of your large space. For example if you have a large living area, partition it in half to form an open plan dining area as well.

Vision blinds

Vision blinds

2. Welcome texture

Rugs, artwork and drapes are definitely your friend when it comes to cozying up a space. You could even consider thickly textured designer fabric blinds to cover off of your windows. The great thing about this option is that you have a few choices to pick from and it’s a great excuse to go decor shopping!

Image source Pexel

Image source Pexel

3. Bring your interests to the party

If we take a step back and really think about it, decorating your home is really about showing off your style right? So, what better way to add warmth to your large space than by bringing in a bit of your own flare. Tip number 3: add some extra chunky elements that you love, of course, to your space. Think cute fuzzy scatter cushions, textured throws, a nice wooden table and chunky light fittings… go wild.

Image source Pexel

Image source Pexel

4. Light it up

Adding the right elements of lighting to a space can work wonders for making your space feel more wholesome. Go on and add a few cute table lamps to create cozy little zones in your space.

Interesting lighting with Sliding Panel blinds

Interesting lighting with Sliding Panel blinds

5. Cover your windows

While it may be right up your alley to maintain a minimalistic look in your space, it’s always a good idea to dress your windows up. Adding blinds, curtains or a combination of both definitely adds a bit of warmth to the space and if you go with the right colours – your window coverings can serve to “fill the room up”.

Add a curtains with a patterned fabric

Add a curtains with a patterned fabric

The easiest way to get custom made blinds professionally installed for your home is to find a distributor.

blind designs

 

Blind Designs installation

Blind Designs installation