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7 decorating mistakes that make your look smaller

Source: Magazine Casa e Jardim

O living do apartamento do publicitário, Bruno Meirelles, têm tapete Kilim da Botteh Handmade Rugs, rack de laca, mesa de apoio de Jader Almeida para a Collectania. Sobre o sofá, manta da By Kamy, almofadas e balaio de tricô da Collectania. Apartamento do (Foto: Marco Antonio/Editora Globo)
Yellow, blue and gray, live in harmony in the small living the advertisement Bruno Meirelles apartment. Kilim carpet of Botteh Handmade Rugs, lacquer rack, Jader Almeida support table for Collectania. On the couch, Plaid By Kamy, pillows and knitting balaio of Collectania. Nelson Architect design Kabarite (Photo: Marco Antonio / Editora Globo)

1. Combine all
Wrong: Leave it in an environment with the same colors, fabrics and textures for decoration seem a thing, homogenous and bland.
How to avoid: Mix styles between the pads and tissues. If you are really a fan of a more coordinated decor, choose to follow a line on the walls or furniture, but never both at the same time.

Gosta de cores escuras? Aposte em uma parede só! Quarto com papel de parede da Orlean. Cabeceira reformada pela Decoramarelo com couro da La Novitá. Roupa de cama da Trousseau e manta da Paola da Vinci.  Criados da Inovart e luminárias da Scandinavia Desi (Foto: Edu Castello/Editora Globo)
Like dark colors? Bet on a wall only! Room with wallpaper Orlean. Headboard reformed by Decoramarelo with leather La Novitá. the Trousseau bedding and Plaid Paola da Vinci. Created the Inovart and luminaires Scandinavia Designers. Suite created by architect Diego Revollo (Photo: Edu Castello / Editora Globo)

2. Dark Wallpaper
Wrong: The wallpaper in dark tones end up absorbing the light, which makes the room look smaller than it really is.
How to avoid: Use light and soft colors, which make the room seem more open and airy. If you question the dark tones, elect only one wall to use.

Em um ambiente pequeno, deixar os móveis um pouco afastados da parede faz toda a diferença. Projeto do escritório Mandril Arquitetura, dos sócios Helena Kallas e Bruno Reis. Sofá da Dpot e mesas laterais Drops, da Fernando Jaeger Atelier, com abajur Moran (Foto: Edu Castello/Editora Globo)
In a small environment, leave the furniture a little away from the wall makes all the difference. office design Chuck Architecture, partners Helena Kallas and Bruno Reis. Dpot sofa and side tables Drops, Fernando Jaeger Atelier with lamp Morandi, the Cristiana Bertolucci Studio (Photo: Edu Castello / Editora Globo)

3. desgrudados Furniture Wall
Wrong: Push all the furniture against the walls makes your environment appears to be in the ceiling space.
How to avoid: all pulls away from the wall, even a few centimeters, as this will bring a sense of depth to the room.

Na mesa de centro da designer de interiores Daniela Berlando, suas peças de afeto são exibidas com orgulho. Da Dpot, sofá com almofadas da Empório Beraldin e poltronas Mole, de Sergio Rodrigues. Sobre a mesa lateral, luminária de cobre assinada por Michel (Foto: Marco Antonio/Editora Globo)
On the coffee table of interior designer Daniela Berlando, their affection parts are displayed with pride. Dpot the sofa with cushions of Empório Beraldin and Soft armchairs, Sergio Rodrigues. On the side table, copper lamp signed by Michel Anastassiades and vase of Rosenthal. Artede works Bruno Brito and Ana Maria Amaral, the Sancovsky Gallery. Wooden tray LS Selection (Photo: Marco Antonio / Editora Globo)

4. Excess offal
Wrong: Even the most spacious rooms may seem smaller if you fill each surface of the furniture with many decorative pieces.
How to avoid: Choose a bench specially to display their small decorative items and replace them regularly, so you do not fill the house with so many pieces, break, still have a renewed corner from time to time.

Cortina do teto ao chão para criar uma sensação de pé-direito alto! Projeto do Estúdio Penha, com sala de jantar e cozinha separadas por uma porta de correr metálica, executada pela Serralheria Artística GMaio. A mesa de jantar, de jacarandá com pés palit (Foto: Edu Castello/Editora Globo)
Ceiling curtain to the floor to create a sense of high ceilings! Penha Studio project with dining room and kitchen separated by a door metal run, performed by locksmiths Artistic GMaio. The dining table, rosewood with toothpick feet, was designed by Studio Penha and performed by Mary Young. Birdie lamp, Ingo Maurer for FAS (Photo: Edu Castello / Editora Globo)

5. Use short curtains
Wrong: When the curtain does not reach the ground, the impression is created is a low-ceilinged.
How to avoid: The height should be from floor to ceiling. In addition to improving the finish, this solution extends the ceilings. Better still add 20 cm to each side.

A cadeira Paulistano, da Futon Company, deixa o quarto mais aconchegante e é um ótimo lugar para uma leitura. Projeto do escritório dt.estúdio, que desenhou a cabeceira da cama, com roupas da Casa Almeida. Tapete da Oppa e cortina rolô de linho produzida  (Foto: Edu Castello/Editora Globo)
The Paulistano chair, the Futon Company, leaves the coziest room and is a great place for reading. Office design dt.estúdio, who designed the headboard, with clothing House Almeida. Oppa carpet and curtain roll linen produced by Moreno Furniture (Photo: Edu Castello / Editora Globo)

6. other furniture
Wrong: Many mobile in an environment only become their limited and cramped space.
How to avoid: Distribute the pieces of the house, for example, taking a chair into the room, creating a reading area. Make sure that no window is blocked, for connecting the inner area to the outer will create the illusion of a deeper and more spacious environment.

 No apartamento da designer de interiores Melina Romano e do seu marido Victor, a sala de tv ganhou diversos tipos de iluminação. Painel de carvalho, que camufla a porta que leva à área íntima e ajuda a aquecer o ambiente, rack com acabamento de laca na c (Foto: Edu Castello/Editora Globo)
In the apartment of Melina Roman interior designer and her husband Victor, the TV room won various lighting. Oak panel, which conceals the door that leads to the intimate area and helps to heat the room, rack with lacquer finish in K130 color, Sayerlack. Armchairs Lisbon, Amelia Tarozzo designer. Lampshade of Etna (Photo: Edu Castello / Editora Globo)

7. Bad Lighting
Wrong: Many rooms have only one type of light source and environmental center, which makes the space look smaller.
How to avoid: Choose two or three types of fixtures and distribute the space. The light will bounce on the walls and brighten even the darkest corners. If you do not have space for it, bet on mirrors that reflect the natural light in the environment.