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When I say that this house is small, I mean it's really REALLY small. You walk in through the front door and you can see the living room, the two bedrooms, the kitchen, the laundry room, and the bathroom all at once as soon as you walk in. It's just really small, so we're wondering what the best way to work with it would be.

~How would we make the floor-plan appear more open and feel bigger?
~What colors accent muted oranges and yellows nicely without being overly distracting?
~What colors in your opinion make a space friendly and welcoming?


~The house has ugly paneling which we are planning on getting rid of and hanging drywall instead. We'll need color choices for that. ^^
~Our hardwood floor is sepia toned, with little bits of ochre in it too. Until we have the money, we're also stuck with ugly beige carpet that has a plethora of random colors strewn in it. The kitchen will be a bedroom someday, but until then it has awful carpet in a weird shade of blue-green.
~The ceilings are white, with a very cool swirling pattern marked into it with plaster. Any pattern ideas for matching that?
~The bathroom seems to be leaning into the blue-zone. How to make that more obvious without it being in your face?

Any paint and style ideas for walls and furniture? My family and I are trying to figure out a nice theme that goes with what we have to work with. Help would be much appreciated ^^ Thankie~
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