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In a Small Space, Use Your Walls as Canvases

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By Anyssa Roberts

Mirror tricks:
Here’s a trick I learned from my mother’s house in Tennessee: Mirrors and other reflective items, when used correctly, can give the illusion of a larger space.

Mirrors increase the visual space of a room, but any reflective surface will do.

I found a long frameless mirror at Wal-Mart and used a circle mirror kit from Target to embellish around it with a few smaller mirrors. I used the rest of the kit for other spaces around the room. My room looked larger instantly.

Budget watch:
Decorating can get pricey, especially when it comes to wall décor, but it does not have to cost a fortune to cover bare walls. Most students don’t have a lot of money, so buying from thrift stores like Goodwill or consignment shops could fit into their budget, Ison says. Your wallet will thank you for it.

Functioning décor:
Dual-purpose items are the friends of small spaces. This type of wall décor mixes style and functionality, making them win-win purchases.

I am partial to analog clocks. I think it adds a vintage sophistication to my space — and it keeps me running on time.

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