Changing the size of your redo logs won't affect how much space is occupied by archived redo logs. If you reduce the size of your redo logs from 200 MB to 100 MB, you'll end up with twice as many archived redo logs each of which is half the size. The volume of archived logs that you generate is dependent on the amount of
REDO your system generates not on the size of your redo logs.
In general, you want the redo logs to be large enough that you are not constantly swapping logs (generally not more than every 15 or 20 minutes) and small enough that you aren't risking too much data should there be a catastrophic server failure (assuming that archived redo logs are written to a different server and that you aren't using something like DataGuard to replicate the redo to a backup server in real time).