Openness and freshness often come in hand in hand. It true that when a room gives off a sense of openness, that it also feels spacious and inviting. Having just the right amount of light into your home can help create this feeling.
Just observe the colour palette of these designs. Those soft coloured tones, paired with the light gives off this hypnotising allure of freedom in the spaciousness. An additional paring of pillows or other sources of plush, help bring a sense of comfort and with it peace.
This living room by all accounts should feel cluttered with it many pieces of furniture, decor, and contrasting colours. But you might observe that despite all this, it still feels spacious.
This is because of the windows paired with the white outline. The windows provide a sense of light and the outdoors, which in turn give off that spacious feel to it.
Not every design has to have a soft approach, some designs and rooms look good even with a hard approach. As you can observe here, the colour scheme from this design takes a hard and bright, and almost harsh approach, yet it can still free spacious.
This could because of the reflective nature of the marble floor. With a reflective surface, light is refracted and enhanced giving off the illusion of more light than there really is.
The feeling of freedom isn’t 100 percent attributed to the spaciousness; even though they are closely related. Sometimes what makes a room feel free, is linked to how comfortable it is.
There are times when you really have limited space and light to work with. Don’t fret as there is still a way to help simulate that sense of freedom. What you need to do, is establish a sense of comfort and security rather spaciousness.
How that works it that, instead of there being a lot of space, there is a sense of safeness that creates the sense of freedom. When someone feels comforted or, to use the expression, feels the most at home; that person can feel freer and better than any other place. So it’s good to take advantage of this and decorate appropriately to what you have to work with.