Yesterday, we shared some fun ideas for how you can take advantage of a loft or other large living area with <a title="Lofty Ambitions Part I: 8 Easy Decor Ideas for Airy Spaces" href="https://www.atgstores.com/ourblog/lofty-ambitions-part-i-4-easy-decor-ideas-for-airy-spaces" target="_blank">ambitious interior design decisions</a>. Below, you'll find four more bold moves you can make in a bigger space.</br></br><strong>Large, Lavish Lighting Fixtures</strong></br></br>Okay, so they don’t have to be lavish, but if you have a big space then you also have an opportunity to experiment with some really cool lighting designs. <a href="https://www.atgstores.com/lighting/chandeliers/">Chandeliers</a>, <a href="https://www.atgstores.com/lighting/pendant-lighting/">pendants</a> and DIY lighting creations are great for establishing focus in airy rooms.</br></br>Plus, you don’t have to go with just one fixture. In smaller rooms, a large light fixture is a centerpiece that stands alone, but those rules don’t necessarily apply in bigger rooms, especially when they have high ceilings.</br></br><strong>Wildly Wide Wall Art</strong></br></br><a title="Wall Art" href="https://www.atgstores.com/home-decor/wall-art-decor/wall-art/" target="_blank">Huge canvases</a> look great when you have enough surface area to hang them. There’s a reason why museums like to show off the really outsized stuff (no offense, <em>Mona Lisa</em>), and it’s not just because they have the room.</br></br>Large paintings like the ones above, tapestries and photos can create a more emotional response, which never hurts when it comes to displaying artwork.</br></br><strong>Super-Sized Sectional Sofas</strong></br></br>Like a shark-finned Cadillac Brougham, the sectional sofa is a symbol of bygone American luxury – but it doesn’t have to be. <a title="Sectional Sofas" href="https://www.atgstores.com/furniture/living-room-furniture/sofas/sectional-sofas/" target="_blank">Sectional sofas</a> are still part of the design landscape, and have even gone through some refinements over the years.</br></br>In other words, if you have the room you could be one giant L-shape away from sweet, cushion-y heaven.</br></br><strong>Mono-Dimensional Multimedia </strong></br></br>More wall space means more opportunity for creative expression, which to some people means more room for TVs. That’s all well and good, but with a little paint (or plaster) and some imagination you can create something much grander.</br></br>Digital projection has improved greatly over the years and large rooms are the perfect place to experiment. You can use a projector to run movies, sure, but you can also use one to project precious art, a music visualizer or your own creative works.</br></br>Use these ideas in your loft or other large living area to bring it to life in a way that makes the most of your space, and if you need more ideas you can always ask an interior designer online at <a title="Decorist" href="https://www.decorist.com/" target="_blank">Decorist.com</a> or find one locally at <a title="Porch" href="https://porch.com/" target="_blank">Porch.com</a>.