Small Home, Big Dreams: Transforming Your Compact Space


Don't let the size fool you; a small home can pack a big punch in design and functionality!

Despite not owning a spacious flat, a well-thought-out design can make a 72m² area feel like 120m². Here's how to mak  e your cozy abode appear more spacious - take notes!

Living Room (9m²: 2.98m long, 3m deep)

  • Simplicity is Key: Skip the complex TV backdrop and opt for plain white walls throughout.
  • Merge with the Balcony: By integrating the balcony and living room, you create an airy and larger-looking space.
  • Ceiling Magic: A simple 'double-eyelid' ceiling design circles the room, offering an illusion of height without gathering dust. Plus, incorporating a curtain box into the beam design adds both functionality and aesthetic appeal.

Dining Room (10m²: 3m long, 3.3m wide)

  • Essential Cabinetry: Wall-to-wall cabinets are a must for easy storage.
  • The Perfect Table: A 1.4m white oak dining table fits beautifully with a natural wood theme.
  • Vintage Vibes: A retro warm-tone dining light creates an inviting atmosphere.

Kitchen (4m²: 2.6m long, 1.55m wide)

  • Sleek Surfaces: Choose glossy tiles for walls that are easy to clean, and terrazzo floor tiles for durability and slip resistance.
  • Stylish Cabinets: White and wood-toned cabinets with a diagonal handle design offer simplicity and elegance.
  • Smart Storage: Utilize jar racks to keep countertops clutter-free.
  • Light It Up: Installing light strips under cabinets enhances both functionality and ambiance.

Embrace these tips to maximize your small space with style and efficiency!"

Written by Hailee Mercer

Hailee Mercer has been writing about home design, travel and fashion for four years. She combines her training in interior design with experience working at a furniture store to create compelling articles that connect with readers on an emotional level.

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