When you’re trying to decorate a small home or tiny space, you’re mostly limited by the square footage. Hence your option is limited. And while there’s not much you can do to add the square footage, there are plenty ways to make your tiny apartment feel perfectly put together and doesn’t take up any of that precious floor space. For the reason that, the key is taking advantage of the largest open spaces you have. Your walls.
Those empty walls are the lifesaver for a small home or tiny space. Because they’re filled with possibilities and a few additions can make a small apartment feel cozy and stylish, instead of stark and cramped. No matter your style, there are tricks that can amp up your walls and bring out your personality and taste.
Hang Up Your Hats
If you’re short on closet space. You can use your walls as a place to store your items while creating a striking and practical display. Install hooks or a pegboard and hang hats in a cluster. So now you know that hooks aren’t just for hanging umbrellas or a coat only.
Make It Green
Move beyond floor stands and mini desktop planters to display your indoor greenery, and instead think about creative ways you can use the prime plant space of your walls. Creative wall planters are one of the easiest hacks for adding more plants to small spaces.
Make It Float
If you are looking for a way to decorate your wall, store your favorite belonging while doing it with stylish way. This is your answer, Install a floating shelf. Not only it saves up your storage space, but it also easy to install and you can put your books, action figure, sculptures, cameras and so many more on it.
Bring Out Your Inner Picasso
You can have your room transcendent into another realm by adding a mural. Whether you hand-paint it or choose a wall covering, the motif will make a big impact in the room and it can be a fun design project to do on the weekend with your family or friends.
Hang a Loud Weave
Sometimes a bold piece of wall decor is all you need to bring character and visual interest to a room. Such a ’70s macrame wall hangings. The weavings add texture and warm up stark walls. Or better yet, maybe you can make your own, and add some color and texture to an otherwise empty wall.