These 4 adorable small apartments show us that not only can you live in a very small space, none of them exceeds 50 square meters, but you can do it with a lot of style. With this small tour you can take some ideas for your home in complete safety.
The young designers Piotr Matuszek and Gosia Czarny managed to create an environment that combines all the needs of a couple of people. The customers were a young couple who had inherited a small apartment of 20 square meters from one of their grandmothers. The transformation was not only aesthetic but also structural so that the space felt big enough for two people.
Light colors and simple lines always make the room look a little bigger than it really is. The designers used a very reduced color palette to create a uniform space.
The bed is foldable and occupies one end of the space. At his side he has a small desk.
Once folded we only see a white piece of furniture that is right next to the panels in light wood that line the entrance area. The wall in front of the kitchen is papered with geometric white and gray paper that delimits the living area.
The bathroom follows the color palette of the rest of the house, white, black, gray and natural wood plus a small touch of red.
Also for a young couple, Design Studio, he devised this transformation. In it spaces have been well differentiated according to the use to which it is dedicated. And the only relatively separate piece is the bedroom. Relatively separated because only a curtain is the one that can take it out of sight.
The living area occupies the center of the room and stands out for the placement of the gray sofa next to the carpet that delimits this space.
In front of the sofa, which acts as a space separator, we find the leisure area with the TV set to the wall. Behind us we have the dining table and behind it the kitchen.
The hall is separated by the false wall that partially encloses the bedroom and is actually a built-in wardrobe.
The Ukrainian architect Nastya Antonyuk is the architect of the decoration of this small apartment of 43 square meters. It centers around a matte black structure that houses the entertainment system on the outside and that cleverly hides a bathroom inside. A window at the top ensures that natural light can penetrate even the heart of the house.
The eclectic decor reflects the client's personality. Antique furniture, varied textiles and industrial lighting come together to create a fascinating and fun aesthetic.
Simple kitchen, with open shelves and industrial elements with Edison bulbs and air pipes.
The bedroom is spacious and comfortable and occupies much of the available space.
It is decorated with antique furniture and objects of ethnic and vintage inspiration.
The designer Michael Temnikov chose a minimalist approach with very simple geometric shapes and playing with the textures for the decoration of this 43 square meter apartment.
The concrete, smooth or finished imitating stone, is one of the advantages of this decoration. Constant use of light structures such as metal shelves to make the environment more fluid.
Even hanging lights like these are made with cement. An industrial-inspired minimalist decoration based on low costs and the least possible visual impact.