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12 Practical Magic Spells

Increasing space need not be mystical. it's simply logical placements and practical designs to fit most functions.

Use these practical magic spells to make your small space work for you.

In the infamous Harry Potter - The Goblet of Fire, we'd all remember that tiny tent that opened up into a whole en - suite.

Though we don't posses mystical powers like those of Harry Potter, increasing living space on a limited square footage simply needs some artistic style and some practical magic spells!

After all, that's the reason its called PRACTICAL magic.

What seemed to be a tiny small tent came out to be a suite within a tent!

1) Edit, edit, edit.

Look at everything with a critical eye. If you have a chair that you just don't love, get rid of it. If you notice you miss having a chair, find one that you love, is a better scale and a better investment of your space. Don't store anything that you don't need.

2) Really invest in a closet organization system.

Use some pull out baskets, pull out trouser racks and even shoe racks. You'd be surprised how on track that can keep you and you could always just shut the door.

3) Try to avoid pieces taking up floor space.

Instead of a bookcase, use bookshelves.

4) Large mirror

To give the illusion of more space.

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5) Dark Floors

A dark floor against light colored walls and furniture can really make a place feel more spacious.

6) Magic Storage

Use magic storage such as magic corners and pull out pantries to maximize tight spaces like cavities between the wall and fridge; hard to reach spaces behind deep cupboards or even under kitchen cabinet spaces.

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7) Think Multipurpose

This fire gallery shelf cantilevered off the staircase doubles as extra seating for the glass-topped serving and dining table. The table functions as an entry center table, a serving table, a breakfast table, and, with a linen cloth, a formal dining table,

8) Don't be afraid of color.

Yes, white makes a room look bigger, but so does dark brown glossy paint when paired with the right color furnishings.

9) Don't try to furnish it all at once.

Start with the most important piece (clearly a place to sleep---couch, bed, actual bed) and live with it a while before you start adding.

10) Arrange the space

Arrange the space so it meets your needs for the way you truly use it, and put money into the areas where you spend the most time. If you always eat in the living room, maybe that means investing in a coffee or side table that's really comfortable to eat from and forgoing a separate dining area altogether.

11) Extend Rooms Outside

Wood floors in this kitchen extend out to a coordinated deck through glass shower doors, creating the illusion of a much bigger space. Your sight line goes to the windows and the space outside, which makes the room seem much larger.

12) Functional with Flair

Lighting and paint are some of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to open up a small space. Natural sunlight streaming through windows gives an airy, natural quality to milky white paint from floor to ceiling. Mini extras, like the ceiling pendant and under-the-counter fridge, are key.

Galley kitchen with breakfast bar

Use these practical magic spells to make your small space work for you. Remember, Increasing space need not be mystical. it's simply logical placements and practical designs to fit most functions.

After all, that's the reason its called PRACTICAL magic.

Happy Renovating!

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