Luxurious Small Apartment Interior Design

Most of us tend to believe that small apartments can never be luxurious as they feature limited area space. However, this myth does not hold the truth for this apartment. Though this apartment features only forty five square meter area, but it is extremely luxurious and does not produce the unpleasant feeling of oppression. The most significant feature of the well balanced interiors is that there are no dead zones of passage and every corner of the house has been efficiently involved in the interiors.

Like the typical Scandinavian homes, background color of the house has been chosen as white and floors are made of wooden material. A large window has been provisioned in the living area to allow in the natural light and produce the feeling of spaciousness.  A square center table with side drawers and glass top placed in the seating area imparts a contemporary look the house and does not disturb the other elements.




A stand alone cabinet has introduced in the living room and is capable of holding several things. The bed has been tucked away in the corner of the house, and pleated curtains have been used to separate the area from the other portions of the house.{found on stadshem}



Published by in Apartments, on June 18th, 2011

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