48 square meter apartment with a bright and functional interior décor

The key to decorating a small apartment is functionality. You need to carefully assess the space and to come up with the optimal plan. Every little inch counts and the space needs to be perfectly arranged and structured. In this case, we have a 48 square meter apartment with a clean and simple décor.

If you want to avoid creating a busy and cluttered décor, you need to keep things simple. You only have to include the necessary pieces of furniture and nothing more. Moreover, expandable and multifunctional pieces are also a great choice. This study apartment features a few key pieces that form a functional and simple décor. First of all, notice how airy the rooms look. It’s because the furniture was kept to a minimum.

The living room features only a sofa, a coffee table and an almost invisible side table. The dining corner is also very simple. The walls are white and so is the ceiling, the window frames and even the sofa. The wooden flooring complements the room nicely while also preserving the simplicity of the décor.

As for the decorations from the living room, they share the same colors and theme as the painting from the wall. The rest of the apartment is also similarly decorated. The bedroom is mostly white, very simple and casual. The kitchen and the bathroom are small and functionally structured. Overall, even a tiny apartment can be airy and spacious with the right décor.{found on Bovision}.

Published by in Apartments, on April 14th, 2012


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