You don’t necessarily need to expand a room’s floor space to make it look and feel bigger. Natural lighting, combined with a few design tricks, can make any room feel more spacious.
To help you get started on revamping your interior, the windows installation experts at Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island share some tips in this post.
Stick to a Consistent Color Scheme
Remodelers recommend choosing one color and using different shades throughout the room. Avoid contrasting colors, as they break up space and adds to visual clutter, which can make a room feel more cramped and smaller than it actually is.
Install Larger Windows with Wide Glass Panes
Natural lighting can make a room feel more airy, not to mention brighten the mood inside. One way of maximizing indoor natural lighting is to install replacement windows with wide glass areas. To prevent too much heat from entering or leaking out of your home through window glass, contractors recommend choosing an energy-efficient window.
If you’re looking for a window replacement, Renewal by Andersen offers a wide variety of energy-efficient glass options. Our most energy-efficient glass option is the High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, which is 70% and 49% more energy-efficient in summer and winter respectively as compared to a standard dual glass pane.
Use Bigger Furniture
Creating the illusion of a larger room is all about optics, so it’s important to optimize the layout of your room. It seems counterintuitive, but bigger furniture can help make a room feel bigger. Larger furniture pieces take up less visual space, reducing visual clutter, as opposed to scattered smaller furniture pieces that make the room look more cluttered.
Need some help choosing new windows? Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island offers a wide variety of premium windows, including sliding windows. As part of our Signature Service, we customize each window according to our customers’ needs. To schedule a free consultation with one of our design experts, call us at (631) 843-1713 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Massapequa, New York, as well as the surrounding communities.