Recently I had the pleasure of reading the book French Vintage Décor by Jamie Lundstrom, creator of So Much Better With Age. It was an enlightening experience to learn that many French vintage furniture and accessories can be easy DIY projects, and it empowers me to embark on an adventure to paint and create my own French country/vintage furniture and décor.
Many people use the terms “interior design” and “interior decorating” interchangeably. But the reality is that they are not the same thing. They may cross paths in certain aspects, but as a whole, interior design is more interdisciplinary compared to interior decorating, and is more all-encompassing. You can say that interior decorating is a specialized subset of interior design.
I’ve lived in many small apartments and condos in my life. It is always a challenge to plan the layout and furniture placements as well as the best way to decorate to make the space look bigger than it really is. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot from my own mistakes and gathered some tips from professional interior designers.
Here I’d like to share with you the top 10 best ways to make a small room look bigger:
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