All About That Space

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We understand the ‘poor uni student’ feels and know the living situation that often comes along with it can be smaller than ideal. Well, brace yourself! These tips are about to CHANGE YOUR LIFE… well your bedroom situation at least. Follow these simple tips on how to make your space feel and look bigger.

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ALL ABOUT THE LIGHT

It’s time to tear down those tattered blinds, open your windows and let the light shine through! Ditch your darker tones and colours as they are prone to making the room feel and look more cramped than it already is! Instead, opt for beige’s, soft pinks, whites and neutral tones for a fresh, open vibe.

 

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MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL

Adding a mirror to your wall is the PERFECT illusion to make a room look and feel bigger. The way the reflection bounces adds depth and light to the room PLUS you can always check that you are looking #onfleek.

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STRIPE IT UP

A striped rug is perfect for elongating a room and also adds an on trend edgy touch!

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BYE FURNITURE NOT BUY

Less is more! Don’t take up a huge section of your room with a bulky desk or wardrobe, instead opt for a freestanding rack. This gives the room a cleaner, neater feel plus you can easily pick which outfit you want to wear for the day from your bed!

 

 

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TOP SHELF

Save space by adding one or two shelves above your wardrobe or bed for storing all of your little nick nacks. Treat it as a feature that doubles as handy storage space.

 

HGL x