What's Your Motivation?
Intrinsic or Extrinsic
To Seek Balance and Resolution-To Fulfill Unmet Needs
Think of that small space as special, not small. A closet can even be turned into a home office with a desk and a wireless laptop; it's all in your perspective of how small something is. The trick in small spaces is to use what space you have wisely and play up the qualities it has such as moldings or even a pretty view.
Choose furnishings and storage solutions that are in scale, that function efficiently, and those that are easy on the eyes. A simple addition or subtraction of a piece of furniture can change the whole feel of a small room. Look for furnishings that can do double-duty or made for small spaces; for example, a small coffee table/end table raised to a dining table height and one that comes with drawers for extra storage.
Try out a bold new paint color or hang some patterned wall paper or both. If you choose not to decorate, at least clear it of clutter. Eliminate what interferes with your comfort and tranquility-you'll be able to tell the difference. Adjust it until it feels right for "YOU." A small room is the perfect opportunity to balance beauty, style, and necessity; no matter how small the space, live in it gracefully (Nate Berkus, Barri Leiner, "Home Rules"-Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You'll Love, 2005).
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