Living in a small apartment is challenging especially when you don’t have enough space to put your furnitures.
Here are 7 ways to design a small space apartment:
The decorating and lighting
If the apartment is so small to the extent that it is impossible to separate the bedroom from the living room. Then it is good idea to decorate a small apartment bedroom in a way that it becomes part of the living room. This can be done by matching living room furnitures to a bedroom.
For example, in a one-room apartment with an area of 28 squares designer Julia Veselova (Russian designer) has not distinguished between functional areas, but did provide them with lighting and decor items. Between the sofa and bed of a small apartment appeared lamp hanging above the couch decor, and floor carpet as shown in the picture below.
Bedroom separated from living room by blind
The owner of this small apartment might use curtains and blinds to separate bedroom from a living room in case if one wants privacy for the bedroom space.
We can see this in the picture below, the design project by designer Alexander Nikulin on 17,6 square meters apartment. Instead of splitting the room the owner of the small apartment decided to isolate the sleeping area by a curtain.
Despite the presence and sofa for guests and beds for the hostess, the room is spacious and bright. But if necessary, a heavy curtain can be closed for privacy.
Partition with storage system
This is almost similar to the second point above but here the designer-decorator Marina Sargsyan – one living room with an area of 17.7 square decided to use storage facilities as a partition. The owners of this small apartment was a middle-aged couple who decided to separate the sleeping area from living room by a built-in storage system.
Separating sleeping space from living room by a rack
Living room in this typical panel house series P-43 a little more than 19.3 square. To combine in her living room with a large corner sofa and a bedroom with a double bed easy. Designer Nikita’s Tooth is also used for this rack.
Bedroom in the alcove
If it is possible to redesign the bedroom you can “hide” in the niche. Sometimes it include a couple of bedside tables on both sides of the bed or just a mattress on the podium. Designer-decorator Marina Sargsyan prefer a regular bed with large drawers underneath. They replaced some storage for seasonal things.
A sofa and a bed-transformer
The size of this small apartment, which was designed by designer Elena Potemkina, just 30 square meters. In this case living room, bedroom and kitchen combined into one room. To find a place to bed was impossible, so used the system-transformer Clei. During the day the sofa-bed can be used as a sofa and make this room a nice room to enjoy with friends.
In the night the same room can be used a bedroom. This is possible by adjusting the sofa.
Some sofa beds provide even storage facilities for pillows and other things like IKEA sofas.
Bedroom in a glass cube
Sometimes plays a role not only the lack of square meters, but the lack of natural lighting. 48.3 squares in the project workshop Geometrium could build a wall, but the owners prefer the glass partition. On the one hand, it isolated bedroom with a bed and a wardrobe, which if desired can be closed and blackout curtains. On the other hand, the walls absolutely transparent, and therefore in the mini-room is always light.