Having a spacious bedroom is everyone’s dream, while the reality is crucial especially for those live in large cities. However, it is still possible to ‘live big on small footage’. Today, we will show you some creative ideas of ‘How to live big out of small’. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
- Less clutter and organize your stuff
- Use light color instead of darker hue
- Use save-spacing, multi-functional or wall-mounted furnitures
- Mirror is a great help to expand your room
- Make sure of the height of your room, or make your bed in air
Okay, enough talking and let’s look at some examples below to give some visual ideas.
It has been quite while since I am wowed by simple product design. However, the ‘Nait-it’ definitely deserve a big thumb-up. If you are someone like me who is not that handy and often hurts yourself during some hammering job, you would love ‘Nail-it’ just like I do.
During some outdoor activity, walking stick might come in handy. However, hold some stick like we showed in the post might need some courage. Mike Stinnett, a wood carver, creates these incredible sticks in a form of a snake. They are so realistic and when you hold the stick you might really think there is a snake which could reach out and bit you. Moreover, imagine you see someone uses this type of stick in wild, you probably will be totally freaked out. Amazing work! But not sure who will want to use the stick like that.
Not matter how many times I saw Michael Grab‘s balancing rock work, I always be amazed. The Colorado-based artist is adept at finding an intrinsic balance within his natural supplies, perceiving a harmony despite the chaotic conditions that surround each precarious structure. To build something like that, Grab needs to combine physical methodology with equally vital mental components in order to tune into himself and his environment, and find that essential place of stillness. Just like how it sounds, it is pretty complicated. But if you have an astonishing sense of balance, a lot of patience, practice and steady hands, it is still possible. So take some time to do some balancing work, you don’t need to be as expert as Grab. But the whole procss of balancing is acutally therapeutic and meditative.