BarstoolsRelease space on the floor by using bar chairs without a back, instead of regular chairs. Bar chairs have the advantage that they can be placed under the table when not in use, and free up space on the floor. It creates both more space physically and visually.
Multifunctional furnitureThere is nothing more chaotic than a room filled with space-consuming furniture. Decorate with multifunctional furniture, which is flexible and has several functions. For example, it could be a puff that can be used as both a footstool and an extra seating, or a small table that is both a table and a tray.
Use your wall spacePut the big classic bookcase away and take advantage of the wall space with shelves or boxes for all your small stuff and books. It can both give more air to the room, but also create a nice personal decoration. Small shelves and boxes are good for the small walls where there normally would not be space for a bookcase.
The small chair in the cornerIt is a good idea to buy small furniture, as this gives you more flexibility. Choose a smaller lounge chair so there is plenty of opportunity to make the most of your square meters. Here, you can take advantage of a useless corner in the bedroom and create a nice cosy corner where you can read a good book. A smaller lounge chair also offers more opportunities for variation in the interior because it is easy to move around.
Take advantage of the hallwayMost of us usually need a little more storage space, so it is a good idea to utilize the hallway areas for this very purpose. Decorate with a pair of narrow airy shelving systems that are not too tall or compact. Then you have extra space for books, small decorations, plants and much more.