Few people in their 20s and even their 30s likely live in their “forever home.” (If you do, well done! I think we can all agree that moving is truly terrible.) And if you’re not living in a house or apartment that you’ll plan to live in for many years to come, you might find yourself in a position of having to adjust to homes that have vastly different amounts of storage space, different floor plans, and different square footage. That can make settling in and designing your space a little bit more difficult than if you’re dealing with one setup for a long stretch of time. If you’ve ever had to buy more furniture to fill your space or move formerly well-loved pieces into storage to make room, then you know what that’s like. And while it may not be entirely possible to live in every space the way you would if you were living in a much bigger or much smaller home, design experts do have plenty of advice for how to make that closer to a reality.
To help solve our how-do-I-make-this-stuff-work-in-a-different-sized-space conundrum, we turned to interior designers to get their take on the best design tips no matter your square footage.
1. Invest in oversized art
“Making your home your haven has become so relevant these days. Having great design in your home is really about filling it with functional art. No matter the size of the space, you can create a home that…
Few people in their 20s and even their 30s likely live in their “forever home.” (If you do, well done! I think we can all agree that moving is truly terrible.)
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