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Three ways you can make your London home feel bigger

by John Saunders
16th Nov 22 1:13 pm

Living in London is the dream for many people: the bustling city life is always fun and vibrant. However, with more and more people wanting to relocate there for work or to amplify their social lives, competition is increasing. Consequently, you may be stuck in a property that is smaller than you would ideally stay in, which can feel a little bit more cramped than you had imagined.

Here are some simple ways you can make your home in London feel more spacious, which will allow you to live comfortably.

Install some clear roofing in an outdoor area

Although not many properties in London have entire gardens, many do have roof terraces. Unfortunately, the reality of UK weather means that a lot of the time they are not used. Due to frequent downpours of rain, outdoor seating is often prevented. However, if you install some clear corrugated roofing in your outdoor area, this is a great way to fix this problem and extend the seating area of where you live.

For a lot of the time, the temperatures in London are very mild; it is simply the rain that becomes a barrier. By getting a corrapol PVC installation, you will be able to sit out on your terrace under a corrapol stormproof roof without getting wet. This can also be very therapeutic and is a great way of ensuring some fresh air even on those rainy days.

Paint all the walls white

Painting the walls white is a classically simple yet effective way of making your London home feel bigger. Colours, whether they are dark or bright, can accentuate the shadows of a room, which will make it feel even smaller than it already is. Going white will give the illusion of a spaced-out room and will help you to feel less claustrophobic. Pair this with a minimalist theme and your property will feel transformed.

Add mirrors to each room

Using mirrors as an accessory is the perfect way to make your home feel much bigger and it can also look very attractive. Mirrors are both strategic and a great decoration, with their reflection helping the illusion of the room being elongated in size. Why not go to a flea marketor a car boot sale and see how many cool mirrors you can find? This is an inexpensive way of decorating your house while not cluttering it.

If you want some variation in your mirrors, feel free to make some edits yourself. For instance, you could mosaic the rim of a mirror, or get a framed mirror to keep your house looking quirky.

There are so many ways you can make your home feel bigger without a physical extension, you just have to go about it in a smart way. Many people just accept the fact that inner-city living can mean settling for smaller, but if there are tricks you can do to help your space feel larger, then you absolutely should follow these.

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