Rearrange: Consider moving your bulkier furniture away from the room’s entrance. When somebody enters into your space, they should not feel clusterphobic. So, the bulky furniture should be placed against the wall so that there is visual symmetry in the space.
Lighting: Proper lighting makes a room look bigger and brighter. A big no to small and dark places. Transform your small space by using light in an intelligent way. Work with natural light and make sure to use your windows so that natural light filters in. In terms of artificial light, make sure you have sufficient general, ambient and task lighting for all the ways in which you use the space. Once it’s properly lit, even a small room can feel spacious.
Smart Storage: It doesn’t need much intelligence to understand that goes without saying that in a small space, storage, and more importantly, organization, is key. Furniture with added storage and built-ins are a great way to store things which you don’t need on a daily basis.
Flexibility & multiple uses: In a small space having furniture with multiple uses, flexible decor can be of great help. Think a desk/dining table, a comfortable and stylish sofa-bed, can make life a little easier.