SMALL SPACE DWELLER HANDBOOK:
Creating negative space in your home




If you are looking for ways to expand the look of your space, try integrating negative space to create a clutter-free environment in your home. You will feel less overwhelmed and the flow of your space will function better. One key to creating a negative space is to organize all of your essentials in a place where they can be hidden but accessible. Not only will this provide the clean surface you need but you will feel better about your organized space. Plus you have allowed your space to breathe and, therefore, seem larger. Try this idea in your own small space.

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2 Responses to "SMALL SPACE DWELLER HANDBOOK:
Creating negative space in your home
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Ivy Lane said... 9/06/2008

Love your blog! Just happened upon it today...will visit often!!!

Sakju said... 11/26/2008

I like this idea about "negative space". Having too much free space usually ends up with just some random stuff to filling it. Better to keep only the really essential stuff easily accessible and everything else hidden. Especially in a small apartment.

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