Choosing the Right Size Furniture For Your Room

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If you’re taking on a new design project in your home, there will come a time where you’ll need to pick out pieces of furniture. It can be really helpful to know what you’re looking for in your furniture before you go about your project, so you have a better understanding of what you need for a specific space. 

Design a Layout  

When choosing your furniture, it’s important to take the size of the space you’re working with into consideration. You need to decide how you’re planning on using the space, and how much space you’ll need for different elements. Design the layout of your room first, and then choose the items that need to be there. Start with the most important pieces, and then see how much space you have left for non-essentials. It will be much easier to choose furniture that compliments your room, as opposed to designing your room to fit your furniture

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Bring Out the Measuring Tape   

Once you’ve designed your layout and chosen the type of furniture that you want to include, it’s time to bring out the measuring tape. This is a critical step to make sure your layout will work, and to make sure you’re buying the right sized furniture. There’s nothing worse than buying pieces and having them delivered to your home, only to find out that you can’t fit them into your space. 

To avoid that, you can easily measure how much space you have throughout your room, and see whether certain pieces will be able to fit. By planning smart and strategically, you’ll save yourself a lot of time, energy, and hassle. And remember to measure your door, to make sure your furniture will actually fit inside!

Leave Some Open Space   

Even if you manage to fit all your items through the door, do you really want to live in a jam-packed space? When doing your measurements, make sure you consider different factors. Will you have space to walk around in the room? Will you be comfortable in there? Do you have other items you’ll need to fit in, and will the final design look too cluttered relative to the size of the room? Don’t buy your furniture until you have a clear image of how you can expect your space to look.

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Search For Space-Saving Alternatives

If you’ve done your measurements and realize you’re a little tight on room, there are a few space-saving alternatives that you can consider when choosing your furniture. For example, if you’re designing your living room, it might be a good idea to invest in a sectional sofa. Rather than investing in a couch or two with a love seat and chairs, you can invest in this one modern piece of furniture to save space and accent your room while adding more seating.

And the same concept goes for any room that you’re working in. For example, if you’re low on floor space and you still need to add a shelf, consider looking into high-rise vertical shelves. They’re stylish, modern, and will save you tons of space while storing your items upward. You can work with an interior designer who will help you pick out your furniture to maximize your space, and make any room look amazing.

Tips For Maximizing Your Space  

If you’ve done your measurements and realized you’d like to maximize your space, here are a few tips that might help. First starters, decluttering any room will make it look cleaner and more spacious. You’ll feel better in your space, and you’ll have more room to enjoy. You can set up your furniture on the sides, so you have as much walking space as possible in the center. Another tip is to invest in storage items to organize your belongings and move them out of the way.

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Designing your home and creating your dream look isn’t a goal that needs to be out of reach. It can be achieved, even when you’re working with a small space. The key is to design a layout and choose the right furniture size that complements the room you’re working in.

If you’re looking for an interior designer who will help you choose the best furniture and create a design that you love, contact us to book a consultation with Sabrina Bitton. You can also give us a call at (416)-825-8497.

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