1. Get the High-Ceiling Look With Paint

If you love dark, moody colors, but you’re afraid of feeling closed-in, you’ll love this visual trick. By painting your dark color of choice at the bottom of the wall and painting white at the top to match the ceiling, you blur the lines of where the walls stop and the ceiling begins.

2. Keep it low

Opt for low furniture wherever you can. The more space between the furniture and the ceiling, the bigger your Studio will feel. This is one of the top dance studio decor ideas that few people consider unfortunately.

3. Nature Power (one of the best dance studio decor ideas!)

Going big with your houseplants can make your space feel larger than life. The tall, spreading branches will direct eyes outward and upward, tricking the brain into thinking the space is bigger.

4. Who put that wall there?

Creating an accent wall in a small studio is a great way to create visual interest. In this bedroom, a bold jungle wallpaper brings in a vacay, any day vibe. An added bonus? The accent wall serves as a giant piece of art.

5. Reflect

Not literally. The four walls of your apartment may be limiting, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add any more space — visually speaking, at least. Add a large floor mirror to visually double the size of your apartment. This designer trick has been around for ages, so isn’t it time you put it to use in your space?

These are just some of the top dance studio decor ideas we could give you. If you are interested in more tips, read this article.

If you want to discover more ideas for low ceiling problems, take a look at this post.

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