1. Use foldable/hidden furniture
We love the hidden vanity table in the living room – ideas like these are perfect when space is an issue. Foldable furniture also help with organisation. The homeowner also kept the theme pretty much simple to avoid overcrowding the small space.
Design: Design Chapterz, Source: Qanvast
2. Opt for a neutral palette
This small apartment goes big on style by using a neutral colour scheme and sleek finishing. Glass panels add on the illusion of space.
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Design: Spaces Living Concept, Source: Qanvast
3. Make it unique
Dark colours may be the last choice for small apartments but when paired with eclectic finishing and pops of colour, it adds a huge personality that makes your space stand out.
Design: Fatema Design Studio, Source: Qanvast
4. Cosy up
This apartment feels incredibly cosy with its good mix of industrial details yet warm finishes. Grey, white and wood is an excellent colour combo that completely transforms any space to make it look chic and modern.
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Design: Prozfile Design, Source: Qanvast
5. Put a spotlight on
With an apartment so big on style, you even forget that it is tiny to begin with! This apartment may feel dark and masculine but the dark colours don’t make the space feel smaller because of its cool finishing, clever use of lights and cage-like dividers that don’t further enclose areas.
Design: Neu Konceptz, Source: Qanvast
6. Consider smart storage solutions
The neutral tones in this apartment evoke a cosy feel while smart storage spaces create functionality for the homeowner. A light floor and ceiling “open” up the space even more.
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Design: Project File, Source: Qanvast
7. Mirror, mirror on the wall
Floor-to-ceiling mirrors in this industrial vintage-style bedroom definitely makes the space seem a lot larger.
Design: Asolidplan, Source: Qanvast
8. "Open up" the walls
Again, when your apartment is small, think of huge windows that make it look airy and spacious. Art pieces on the wall create a nice impression that catches your attention immediately.
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Design: Hall Interiors, Source: Qanvast
9. Move furniture away from the wall
Like in #7, this homeowner used a mirror to enlarge the room’s space. Centralising the dining table is also a smart way to give the illusion of more space, while the textured finishes of the floor and cabinets add a rustic and industrial flair to the kitchen.
Read also: 10 Beautiful And Functional Ideas For Tiny HDB Kitchens
Design: Rezt & Relax Interior, Source: Qanvast
12. Remove the headboard
To extend the vertical space in the bedroom, remove the bulky headboard to create more wall space. If you really need one, add a thin headboard in a neutral palette or the same colour with your bedroom wall to create the same vertical illusion.
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