Designers and retailers often have a challenging job in making small spaces appear bigger in their clients’ homes. When one has limited options for physically expanding their living or workplaces, the perfect solution often is to create an illusion of space!
Stage performers have always used stripes to create powerful illusions for their audience members. It consistently remains a timeless decorating tool for designers as well. Stripes are a unique design element that can carry the viewer’s gaze with them, consequently making a room appear larger. While vertically striped wallpaper can lend height to a space, horizontal stripes can make the floor space appear larger. Check out the Stripes collection on Sancar Wallcoverings for some inspiration.
In addition to optical illusions, you can use graphic designs on your wallcoverings to enhance a space without adding to the physical clutter. Imagery on a wall can do wonders to the eyes and can suddenly make a room appear vaster. Select a graphic design that matches the vibe or function of the room, like the Cuisine Et Baines wallcovering in the kitchen pictured below.
Another interesting way to push a room’s expansiveness to its limits is by adding a digital print to its walls. The depth that comes with certain images is astounding and can only be achieved by the willingness of the individual to do something a little different. You can tell a whole story just by adding marvelous imagery to one wall in a room, like you see below in a newer collection, 360 Digital Wallcoverings.
If you’re looking to maximize your client’s living or workspace, any of these strategies will do the trick. They can even become the focal point of the room’s décor. Regardless of how it’s used, adding wallcovering with depth can truly expand the room beyond its four walls.
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