If your apartment has limited space for example without walls to separate the bedroom from the living room, it might be more like a dormitory room than an adult home. Or maybe your apartment has some space but still with a limited area. Then what can we do?
A lot, there are a lot of tricks to make different areas in a small place to sleep, work, hang out and even cook.
You can make it up with style. No space is too small to adjust the decoration and layout. The best part is, nobody needs things like major renovations or knocking down walls. Tenants and buyers alike will appreciate how easy it is to make a small apartment feel like home.
A CALMING ROOM
A Simple room with a soothing brown color. A bed and you can put the sofa next to it, it can be a place for you to relax when a friend comes to your house.
CUTE STUDIO ROOM
This room is an example of how to cut the excess. The reduction is the essence of a minimalist approach to interior design – and also desirable properties for small apartments where even a little chaos can be a visual consumption.
Minimalist design isn’t just strict edits: it’s about combining form to function. And because of this emphasis on function minimalist design techniques work well in small spaces. The best part? There is more than one way to design sparingly. This apartment space is very minimalist but can look elegant with a touch of gray throughout the room and a yellow splash in the kitchen.
SMALL AND COZY ROOM
Furniture in this room is quite space-saving so that it can decorate small spaces feels bigger. The divider between the bed and the room next to it, made slightly open so that the room feels more spacious. Likewise, the color selection of some furniture that matches the color of the floor, is very helpful to give a broad impression.
There are no magic tricks for the layout in this small room. It is very clear here where you have to place the bed, and in the corner, in the other room, you can use it as a hangout area.
The key to keeping a room from being stuffy and cramped is to provide plenty of room for a light source. Is that a light, or wide-open your window.
Whether you use a moody hue or continue to use a crisp, pale color, adding lots of light sources will give your room a broad impression.
SMALL ROOM WITH BIG FURNITURE
A small room does not mean you also have to choose small furniture. You can still experiment with laying a large bed and all will still be fine, your room still feels comfortable.
GIVE YOUR ROOM COLOR
Nowadays people think, soothing and minimalist are popular, but sleeping in a white room will feel less homey. Our house usually has cool colors in the bedroom – blue and gray as opposed to warm tones. Black and white always works and can be a good foundation – like in a patterned carpet area – to layers in several colors. Everyone will be a little happier if they have some color in the room to make it feel like home.
KEEP IT CLEAN
All square footage in the world won’t make a difference if it’s full of goods. The trick for a small room to remain comfortable without the need to pay any more is to keep the room clean. You can still access such a bigger room, but clutter in the room is unnecessary.
SLIDE IT TO SLEEP
Smart design by turning a corner in this studio apartment into a private bedroom by installing sliding doors that slide separating the bedroom from the kitchen and living room.
There is a trend for living in city center apartments with limited space. Single people would rather lose a little space than have to lose a lot of time on the road to work. We hope Some examples of apartment spaces above can be an inspiration to make a small apartment room more comfortable to live in.