Many homes may come with a terrifying and gloomy large space that does not appeal to everyone. While some homebuyers love spacious houses, they may come to find that certain large spaces make a home feel less cozy. However, that is no reason to worry. If your current or new home brings along a large space, there are many ways to get around that. Small changes here and there will transform any large space into a warm corner you can’t get enough of. So before turning down that new house with a grand hall, consider these easy and inviting hacks.

Tall Plants

Tall Plants

The first decorative tip to tackle a large space is to furnish it with tall plants. These plants will easily take up vertical and horizontal space in the room. Moreover, their vibrant colors will brighten up the area. Go for shorter plotted plants instead if the ceiling is not too high. Make sure there is enough light in the room for the plants to flourish.

Trick the eye with two tone walls

Trick the eye with two tone walls

If your ceiling happens to be high, then use this little trick on the walls. Paint the wall only halfway through with the color of your choice. This method will trick your brain into thinking the ceiling is lower than it actually is. With a seemingly lower ceiling, the large space will feel smaller and a lot cozier.

Buy an oversized ottoman

Buy an oversized ottoman

The problem with large rooms is there tend to be lots of space between furniture pieces. To make better use of the space, buy a lush large ottoman to fill the space between sofas. Larger than a coffee table, an ottoman is able to bring the room together all while adding a soft and elegant touch.

Stools

Stools

Stools are another great way to fill up a large space. They can also be placed anywhere around your home. Serving as both decorative pieces and footrests, stools are a magical tool that will cozy up your home in no time. Buy a pair of stools and place them in front of a sofa to close off an area or even next to it where they can be used as side tables.

Define areas

Define areas

In large spaces, it is a good idea to define smaller areas within them. You can do this by simply placing a console table behind a sofa that is placed in the middle of the room. Another way is to separate the room using a daybed or bench. This will allow you to place different settings throughout the room. Furthermore, by dividing the large room, you will feel like they are two, or more, smaller areas opening up onto each other.

Fill up the walls

Fill up the walls

Walls can become your worst nightmare if left bare and lifeless. Fill them up with paintings, family portraits, or whatever your heart desires. Push a console table, bench, or cushions against a wall and decorate the space above them. You can also add a few decorative items on the console such as a vase or blankets on the cushions. This will help make any space feel warmer and cozier.

Create an intimate spot

Create an intimate spot

Create a special area against a wall by using two chairs and a table. Let this small space stand out on its own with a framed wall that defines it. Treat yourself to elegant and comfortable chairs that are inviting. You can use this little spot for intimate conversations, dinners, or even a relaxing lazy afternoon.

Create a reading corner

Create a reading corner

Whether the large space is in the living room or bedroom, you can’t go wrong with a reading nook. Add floor-to-ceiling shelves filled with your favorite books. Buy a comfortable armchair and keep your coziest blanket around. This way, you add a warmer feel to the area and create a satisfying corner for yourself within the larger space.

Paint darker walls

Paint darker walls

This is the easiest way to make a large space feel smaller. Go for darker and bolder colors that instantly add a warmer feel. Anywhere from gray to brown, you really can’t go wrong here. However, be careful not to overdo it since too much of a  dark tone can make a room gloomy. Use touches of white and metallic here and there to keep things balanced out throughout the room.