The furniture in an apartment can be arranged to give the impression of an open space in the corner of a room or along a wall. Tenants can use a modular design to arrange furniture in a layout that includes sections of open space, which can be used to control an emotional response. The arrangement of the furniture could evoke unpleasant emotions such as irritation or frustration in a crowded room. You will have more open space if most of your personal possessions are stored inside cabinets and closets.
Many joggers often rest and relax in a park while enjoying the panoramic view that is filled with lush trees and green bushes. Tenants can try to create that same kind of view on a much smaller scale. You can organize your personal possessions inside storage bins that are stacked on the floor of a closet or concealed under a bed. Your blender, mixer, food processor and toaster can be stored inside the kitchen cabinets.
The quality of the air in your apartment will improve if you have enough space for fresh air. You can use house plants as a local source of oxygen and also open your miniblinds to permit sunlight to enter the room. The sunlight can be used for light therapy and can also help your body to manufacture vitamin D. Some individuals who regularly work a third-shift job can be affected by depression because those individuals are not exposed to enough sunlight.
You can organize your personal possessions by assigning a priority to each item before storing the items inside a storage bin. The items that are used frequently should be placed in the storage bin that is on the top of the stack. Your blender and toaster can be placed on the front of the shelf and near the door of a kitchen cabinet. The rear areas of the cabinets and the closets should be used to store items that are not used on a daily basis.
Tenants can use different colors and textures for a special ambience. A dark blue, brown or black sofa can be used for an optical illusion that would prompt you to believe that a room was much smaller than the actual dimensions of the room. Smooth textures and lighter colors, such as white or a pale tan, can be used for an opposite effect.