How to make a small room looks bigger?

- Jul 04, 2019-


Today many people like to use wood flooring to decorate their home. But sometime they have to give up as they thick their rooms are not big enough. Actually there are some good tricks that you can do with wood flooring to make your rooms seem bigger. Here are some ideas:


1,Use the same colour throughout. 

Choosing the same colour of flooring throughout your home is a great way to make your overall home look bigger. The feel of uniformity that this option gives makes your home seem like it is one continuous area that’s flooded with light and space.

2,Choose light colors.

Light colors reflect natural light and give the impression of space in any home. By choosing a light, natural coloured wood, a white or a white washed or limed wood floor, as well as painting your walls in a light, reflective colour will give your room an immediate boost in terms of volume.

3, use wide plank

It’s a common reaction to assume that if you have a small room, the only wood flooring option open to you is a narrow board. While this is often the best solution, playing with board width can create an interesting and effective result. If you choose wide plank for a small room,, it can make the room look bigger! Although this isn’t a decision you should make lightly, it’s well worth bearing in mind if you’re re-flooring a small room.

4,with board length

If you’re keen to create an illusion of space in a small room, using either very long boards, where there are virtually no ends on show or short boards where there are many, are clever techniques.

By using long boards, depending on the size of your room, you may well be able to create a floor where the boards run the full length or width of the room. This sleek look will help make your room look bigger.

5,choose simple

While there are literally dozens of wood flooring finishes available on the market these days, when it comes to choosing the right wood flooring for a small room, the message is clear: keep it simple and sleek impression to make your room seem bigger.