Small apartments have their upsides – lower rent, often a closer proximity to bustling downtown areas, and a certain irreplaceable cozy charm. That is, if you know how decorate. One misconception that people often fall prey to when decorating tiny apartments is that all the focus should be on functionality rather than design. That sentiment could not be further from the truth. Your apartment may be short on space, but that doesn’t mean it has to be short on style.
Tiny apartments are amazingly cozy but they have one biggest problem – managing to fit all the furniture they need inside the house. Thousands of designers create thousands of space-saving furniture, different solutions and ideas to contain everything the owner needs. The owner of this small apartment found a very creative solution: he made a cube that includes a shelf for his vinyl collection, space for the TV and storage for clothes and shoes. The TV has its own designated space on one side of the cube while adjacent to it there’s storage for clothes and shoes underneath. Around the TV there are shelves and compartments for books and for the owner’s collection. On top of this compact structure there is also a guest bed. A door found next to the ladder lets you inside the cube where you find even more storage space. Unbelievable!
A very simple way to make a small living room sparkle is to simply wash the windows. Keep them sparkling clean, and make sure that all the shiny surfaces, such as mirrors, television screens and glass top tables are also shined and polished. This simple reminder gives any room in your home a neat, clean look. Area rugs add interest and personality to a small room because of their pattern, texture and color. They also add a sense of depth to the room without taking space away from furniture and accessories.
The first interior you are likely to observe upon entering this apartment is the bedroom, creatively separated from the rest of the project through glass walls. Its glass wall gives the small bedroom a more airy and spacious appeal. The living zone, kitchen and dining table are organized in an open layout. I love the calm color scheme used for décor – it’s so typically Scandinavian and so quiet and stylish! The small balcony extends living spaces, creating a charming venue for having coffee and breakfast during warm summer mornings.
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