Homeowners who want to make their small spaces appear larger may often be told to get rid of furniture, but this may not be the best decision. Experts emphasize that matching pieces, when smartly arranged, can open up one's rooms.According to design experts at American Profile, furniture placement is key when working to create a larger-looking living space. "To lengthen the appearance of a room, place long pieces of furniture parallel to the length of the room and hang mirrors on the end wall. To make a room look shorter and wider, place the long pieces of furniture across the room's width," the news source suggests.When selecting Amish furniture for a small area, homeowners may consider the colors of their walls and flooring. "Blending large furniture pieces to the wall and/or floor colors also multiplies into a larger look," according to the source.Amish furniture, which is available in a wide range of stains, may be the perfect solution for those looking to open up a living space. Individuals can select a few coordinated pieces that fit well with the room's decor and arrange them appropriately.
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