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George Clarke’s top 4 ways to make your home look bigger

George Clarke’s top 4 ways to make your home look bigger

If there’s one thing architect and TV star George Clarke knows, it’s how to make small spaces work. This is how you can apply his tips to your family home.

Lighten up

George Clarke

“To make a space look bigger, the obvious thing is to paint it with light colours,” advises George. “Getting as much natural light into a space makes a massive difference, too.”

You can also use artificial light to trick the eye into thinking a room is bigger, he adds – it’s just about careful placement and the direction of light.

“For example, a place that has relatively high ceilings, I might put uplighters around the walls. So at night you get a gentle wash of light up to the ceiling, which just lifts the quality of the space and makes it feel bigger,” George explains.

So why not add a few carefully placed lamps and wall lights to your small snug? It could make all the difference in opening it up.

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Build it in

George Clarke

If you’re contemplating built-in wardrobes for your bedroom or shelves for your living room, go for it! Integrated storage always makes a space feel bigger, says George.

“Rather than having free-standing furniture everywhere, by integrating it and designing it into the architecture of your house, it automatically feels like you’ve got less clutter and more useable space,” he says.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall


“Carefully positioned mirrors in certain parts of a room can make a big difference,” says George. That’s because the reflection creates the illusion of a bigger space, and bounces light around the room, too.

And it’s not all about mirrors. “There are some fantastic wallpapers out there that have a shimmer to them, and even that bounces the light around a little bit more,” says George. “So changes in texture and colour can help make a space feel bigger.” Something to think about next time you’re redecorating.

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Open up the room

George Clarke

"If you link indoor space with outdoor space as much as possible, it automatically extends the feeling of that room,” points out George.

So if you’ve got a garden, you’ll find that floor-to-ceiling windows and patio doors make all the difference, effectively creating another room outside – particularly when you can open them wide in summer.

Or you can go a few steps further and even have the same floor finish on the patio and kitchen floor – polished concrete, for example – with no steps or thresholds.

“I did a space like this recently where it just felt like one room,” says George. “It wasn’t like bringing the outside in, it was like the house disappeared. It felt like the kitchen was in the garden, which was really cool.”

We can but dream…

This article was brought to you by Flash, Febreze, Fairy and Viakal.

For more tips on adding a feeling of space to your home, see George Clarke’s top 6 space-saving ideas.

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