How to Design for Small Spaces
Small spaces can be the jealous life of all owners or owners. But they can also be a blessing in disguised design. Unpleasant and small spaces are often a catalyst for change and force you to: a) clean up the chaos and b) find clever design ideas that you could never think otherwise.
When you edit an apartment, there are so many mirrors that you can hang out for "open space" and multifunctional furniture that you can buy to "maximize functionality". Whether you want to move to a new location or just want to upgrade yourself, the process should be creative catharsis and have fun, you surely need some helpful tips to guide you.
Cue Homepolish Designer, Marissa Bero. Recently, he was responsible for creating a living space for his client Elizabeth, who recently acquired her apartment in Brooklyn. "She was ready to start with a new design," says Bero.
After turning the whole house into a colorful, modern Parisian oasis (with a mixture of half a century) that looks every square foot breathtaking, you will want to listen to his advice on the decor of the apartment. Believe us.
START ALL OVER.
It is time to clean up all the garbage that you collected and brought from the apartment to the apartment. Especially as a teenager, it is important to share some of the furniture and decor that you have taken with you through college for some larger quality pieces. Besides, you need the place you can get.
HAVE A UNIQUE COLOR SCHEME.
With the few rooms in your apartment, give everyone your personal personality. Begin with certain color schemes so that when you move from one room to another, each surface differs from the walls to the decoration.
BE SENSIBLE WITH YOU DAILY ROUTINE.
Did you really eat in the dining room or did you use your breakfast bar? You need to be practical as your living habits are so that you can make the most efficient use of any space.
MULTIFACTIONAL PARTS ARE KEYS.
You've heard it again with a small design space and invest in parts that have more space-saving features. But there are several ways to do this with what you already have.
BUY THE ACCURATE SIZE.
Here is a designer expert very helpful. Buy furniture that is the right ladder for small spaces. It requires many measurements, careful spatial planning and understanding of how to create the best flow of space.