How to turn the smallest spaces into the coziest places (6 easy tricks!)
We can't all be lucky enough to have great big sprawling estates with vast rooms ready to decorate, which means that we need to get a little more, how should we say… creative! Of course, there are a number of interior designers, such as those in New York, who have made their names decorating modest homes in such a way as to make small spaces become enviable cozy niches and today, we're going to share some of our favorite initiatives with you.
By the end of this article, you'll no longer see a bijou modern kitchens as a stumbling block or less than enormous living rooms as something to mourn, as you're going to have a wealth of ideas for making them work a whole lot harder and smarter for you! Are you ready to open up more space in your home than you ever though possible, while enjoying a cozy aesthetic? Then let's get started!
How to turn the smallest spaces into the coziest places (6 easy tricks!). A lot of people might think that a more minimalist and maybe even all-white interior is the best way to make a small home feel a little bigger, but we rather like this take on design, which sees warm red brick and soft natural wood making the most of the modest dimensions.
Thoughts On Turning Of Small Diameters. One-pass turning to final diameter is pretty effective at holding tolerances at extended lengths and small diameters. To do your threads, start with like 5/16-3/8" diameter stock, only turn that length enough to get your threads in, and then come in with the one-pass to final diameter.