19 Ingenious Ways To Decorate Your Small Space

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Get creative with those nooks and crannies.

1. Fabric Letter Wall Decals

Fabric Letter Wall Decals
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Temporary letters that can fit in to any tight space are perfect for the renter whomakes their own inspiration.

2. 3D Wall Art

Feel free to get creative when you lack surface area on your walls.

Geometric styles here and animal styles here.

3. Hardcover Book Frames

Hardcover Book Frames
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Double duty book frames declutter your space and display your collection in an interesting new way.

4. Corner Photo Collage

Corner Photo Collage
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Two small corners are all you need for a gallery wall of your favorite ‘gram prints.

5. Washi Tape Frames

Washi Tape Frames
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Nix bulky traditional frames in favor of a chic and simple roll of washi tape.

6. Painted Focal Wall

Bold paint choices can make a large impact on small spaces.

Retro diamond style here and wood shim style here.

7. Embroidery Hoop Wall Art

Embroidery Hoop Wall Art
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Scrap fabric and decals add flavor to a collection of various sized hoops.

8. Fabric Wall Hangings

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The beauty of custom wall hangings is you know they will fit perfectly.

Batik dye version here and yarn version here.

9. Mirrored Wall Art

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And the mirrors help the room look larger, which is a bonus.

10. Vertical Accent Design

Vertical Accent Design
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Starting your design from the baseboard up will also help your room feel larger.

11. Fiber Wall Art

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Add beauty and texture to your space with a few quick knots.

Sisal version here and d-ring version here.

12. Electrical Wire Wall Art

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Sometimes it’s harder to hide cords than to show them off. If you like this look, then check out the basics for making your own here.

13. Framed Map Tiles

Framed Map Tiles
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Spreading out frames give the illusion of space without taking up too much.

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14. Secret Furniture Art Frame

Secret Furniture Art Frame
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The ultimate in form-meets-function that you can make yourself.

15. Reused Cardboard Display

Reused Cardboard Display
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Set aside those shoe boxes and even toilet paper rolls and turn them into something more than functional.

16. Vertical Wooden Slat Wall Art

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Use vertical space to bring any room together, from the kitchen to the nursery.

17. Wooden Arrow Wall Art

Wooden Arrow Wall Art
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Filling spaces without overcrowding can boost a room’s natural flow.

18. Clipboard Wall Art

By just printing out a few of your favorite images, supplies can lend a hand outside the office.

Corkscrew version here and family-friendly version here.

19. Faux Stain Glass Window Art

Faux Stain Glass Window Art
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Dressing up your tiny window sheds a gorgeous new light on any room.

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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