The apartments and homes seem to get smaller and smaller. But not necessarily one living in those spaces has to sacrifice the comfort. Frankly speaking, smaller houses and apartments are usually considered to be much cozier. Well, the other point is that the furniture has to be selected and arranged to fit the small space right. Seems like it is easier to be decorated, but it is far from truth. Clever solutions are a must when arranging furniture in the frames of limited space. FurniturePick gathered few tips for the small homes. Let’s check it out together how it works!
Use storage bedroom. It will serve you double: first of all, raising the bed off the floor will visually make more room, and underneath you have a storage unit. In fact, you can omit an idea having extra dresser, if you have a good storage bed.
For a kids’ room, you might feel convenient having the bunk beds or loft bedroom with the bed up high and the desk underneath it. Open shelves allow the room look spacious but still provide enough space for storage and a decor show off.
For a kitchen, we recommend not to waste space for the huge pieces, but use the small and functional kitchen islands. Kitchen island can be also used as a bar, if the sink or the hot plate are not the part and parcel of it.
A pull-out design lets you store and hide it when not in use – another valuable idea to a treasure chest. For instance, four chairs and a table that can be put together like a puzzle and still take little space (saved for table only) when not in use.
Transforming furniture is awesome for small spaces. Why not to have a functional ottoman that transforms into the coffee table? Just use the reverse side of the top – a very simple modular piece of furniture.