Elin Sevedag
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Leave your windows uncovered to give a room more depth.

Foolproof Way To Make A Small Space Feel So Much Bigger: Leave your windows uncovered to give a room more depth. More light gives a space depth. If you’re worried about privacy, roman shades or blinds instead of curtains look less crowded.

Pull furniture away from the wall to create the illusion of spaciousness.

Pull furniture away from the wall to create the illusion of spaciousness. Pushing furniture up against the wall makes everything look and feel cramped. Even just few inches in between the wall and your bigger items can make the space look more open.

Curtains

Interior design cheat sheet :) Excellent site for general rule of thumbs on curtains, rugs, table sizes, etc. - I always try to hang curtains this way to make windows look bigger!

Add a strip of trim a bit above already existing baseboards, paint between, and you get faux thick baseboards!

Love this! Add a strip of trim a bit above already existing baseboards, paint between, and you get faux thick baseboards! Other good ideas here as well. 31 Easy DIY Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Look More Expensive

Attach some simple yarn tassels to your bedskirt.

Attach some simple yarn tassels to your bedskirt. Fancy bedding can be soooo expensive. Get this straight-out-of-Anthropologie look by buying or making tassels and attaching them to your bedskirt.

Spraypaint your Ekby shelf brackets ($22.99) a metallic gold or copper. | 37 Cheap And Easy Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

Ideas about home office organization: small corner office space - this is all i need. love the ikea shelf brackets painted gold.