Mirrors and glass furniture have the ability to open up a room. They reflect light around in areas with a minimum amount of light, creating a sense of space. You can position a large mirror opposite a window to reflect light and enhance the view. If you don’t like mirrors, use glass furnishings. A glass tabletop reveals the floor giving the impression of space. You can also use Lucite furnishings that seem to consume less space than large, opaque furnishings.
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As urban towns become bigger, homes become smaller. If you happen to live in a small home and are worried about your lack of space, stop worrying. There are many ways you can make it look bigger. Simply implement these 10 decorating secrets for a home you love to come home to.