Bought a House for Sale in Lekki and having to deal with a large seemingly unconquerable Space? Do this!
So, finally, here you are. Having bought one of the magnificent houses for sale in Lekki. You are happy, of course, your real estate company was so good and thorough. No loopholes.
But, hold on, looking at it now, you have a really large house, the walls are high, the rooms are wide, the floors are vast and yes it is immense, but also quite overwhelming. What to do?
Most people have been in a room that feels so unnecessarily massive, it feels like a real-life imitation of being ‘lost in wonderland’.
Large and spacious areas can often feel confrontative and give even the most determined decorating enthusiasts a slight introduction to the feelings of Agoraphobia; that unpleasant feeling of drowning in a landscape, only you are standing while your thoughts are swimming wild with mild terror using a backstroke.
Buying a property for sale in Lekki or as well anywhere around the world from a real estate company that big can be really nice, until you have to decorate and put things in place. Now, how can you make a large room with high ceilings feel more inviting?
Read through as we provides tips that will make that insurmountable space into wonderland, okay, maybe not wonderland, but something with better spacing and proportion, :
First, a spin on the colour-wheel.
Incorporating bright and livid colours in your room designs might be a no, no when you are dealing with a large space and your goal is to make the space seem compressed.
Light colors makes a room look bigger and well, brighter. Light and bright walls are more reflective, making a space feel open and airy, which helps maximize the effect created by natural light.
Dark colors, on the other hand, tend to absorb light, creating an illusion of a smaller room.
So, the next time you are thinking of managing a large space, remember your color theory principles and how they apply to spacing. Dark colors are great for making larger spaces feel more manageable. But, of course brilliant lighting and mild colours for accent would be necessary..