Decorating and arranging your apartment is a freaking deal. You know, living in a small space is tough because you only have limited space to arrange everything. But, don’t let them being your boundaries to be creative! By seeing our article today, you will see if you can be creative enough with your apartment.
INDUSTRIAL LIVING ROOM
An industrial theme often used in apartments, especially for millennials’ apartments. In this case, the industrial schemes could be seen on the walls and ceilings. They let the original forms of it to show up.
SMALL COOKING SPACE
The owner is trying to move their stuff from big home into tiny living. So, the designer makes the space aesthetically pleasing and functional. With a very small kitchen, and even less cabinet/counter space, our goal was to use wall space to hold her cookware
COMFY CORNER SPACE
This could be the most favorite place for the homeowner. Basically, it is made for a dining room. But, because they are living in an apartment, this also could be used for a living room and a space to watch a TV.
FUNCTIONAL LIVING SPACE
This photo we added reclaimed wood to her back wall, added throw pillows, curtains, and plants to liven up her space.
You might see this room as a dining space. It’s tiny and placed next to the hallway. They also decorated this space beautifully.
We think this space is perfect for an uptown girl. It’s simple but still colorful. They also arrange this space cleverly
THE OUTSIDE VIEW
The living room opens onto the garden adding to the sense of relaxed calm, enhanced by the natural color scheme. The long curtains and glass chandelier are in keeping with the period features but in a contemporary style. The wing-back chair follows this theme, rooted in tradition with a contemporary design and color scheme.
This is the view from the living room to the bedroom. Both rooms flow together but also have their own distinct personalities. The calm, neutral palette blends the two with pops of blue in the living room complemented by touches of soft pink in the bedroom. The client has bedding with blue edging (not shown here) and pink in the artwork and flowers in the living room that is another careful detail to quietly link the two rooms together.
COMPACT LIVING ROOM
They design opened up the space between Bennett’s kitchen and living room to allow them to be in the kitchen when necessary and yet not cut-off from guests in the rest of the apartment.
INDUSTRIAL RESTING SPACE
This is an example of industrial theme that being applied for a studio apartment. You can see if there’s a space for bed, living room working space, and entertainment space in one room.
After seeing our words today, how does it feels? Do you want to start to rearranging your space?
Read Also: Basement Spaces that Turned into a Bar