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  • juol7
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    You can also put mirrors in to make your rooms seem larger.

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  • vicki2
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    One of Terrence Conran's old tricks that I've used is to paint small room in dark colors. They surprisingly make them look larger! Worked great in a small dining room with no windows ...to my great surprise!

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  • brian
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    Sounds like a good idea - am going to have to try it.

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  • ninikins
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    I've seen this cheated on TV. They use different shade of paint...lighter in the corners i believe to make them look more open. it seemed to work too!

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  • sweet_mayhem
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    elongating a part of your home

    while i was researching for ways to make a room appear larger, i chanced upon a tip in elongating some parts of a room/home...one article i read said that you can make use of repetitive shafts of light to achieve this. you may make use of sconces in your hallway to elongate it, or place a line of candles above your fireplace to make it appear longer...i assume placing sconces along a stairway may also do the same...i haven't tried it though...
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