Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 03:40:11 AM. . By Abella Martin.
Go with Lighter Colors. When you are trying to create a larger feel, go with lighter colors and pastels. While dark shades can make a space feel cozier and smaller, lighter hues like light blue, soft cream, or pale green can make a small space seem larger. Make Matching a Priority. Bold color contrasts sometimes work well in a bigger space but when you are working with a smaller room it helps to match colors and patterns as much as possible for a more coordinated visual appeal.
If you wanted to use pink in your room then use several shades of it. A soft pink can be very soothing. However, it is also often associated with nurseries. You can remedy this just by adding in a hot pink stripe. You can also add in a smaller white or taupe stripe to bring in a little bit of a neutral kind of color. This is going to be more lasting and you might be able to get away with it for at least a decade.
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