16 Creative Design And Décor Ideas For Limited Spaces

Decorating a small space is not easy. You have to find solutions for unexpected and unusual problems and you have to manage to fit all the basics and more in a small space without making it seem cluttered or over decorated. It’s when you have to come up with creative ideas and when you could use some help and inspiration. Lucky for you, we’re here with a few great examples.

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In this image, for example, we have what seems to be a bed with a workspace, a sink and a closet beneath it. It’s an unusual combination but you have to be creative if you want to use the space efficiently.{found on dwell}.

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A common solution in the case of small spaces is to use either custom furniture or multifunctional furniture, in this case we have a compact structure with plenty of storage inside and out. It’s an all-in-one piece, perfect for the living area.

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Where there’s simply not enough space for everything on the floor of your apartment, maybe it’s time to redirect your attention elsewhere and to try to maybe add an extra level or a small hideout space above the door, adjacent to the stairway or wherever there’s space.

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Built-ins and compact furniture are great options for small spaces. In this particular case, another great thing about the furniture unit is the fact that it fits in a corner, a space which usually remains empty. It’s a nice way or using that area and fitting in several elements at once.

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In this micro-loft, creative solutions had to be found in order to respond to the storage problems. It’s why you see the unusual architecture along with small storage spaces included wherever it was possible. The stairs are a perfect hiding spot.

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This garden pavilion didn’t offer much space in terms of storage so its owners decided to adopt a more unconventional solution and to fit a tiny workspace accessible via a ladder with plenty of storage compartments on either side. It’s not exactly a compromise if it looks good.{found on dwell}.

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One way of including extra storage space in a home without allowing it to influence the décor is to hide it behind doors. Also, if you use the same color you used on the walls, you’ll allow these spaces to blend in more easily and you’ll have an overall cohesive and more open décor.

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Custom furniture is usually a perfect solution for small spaces. It allows you to use the space to its full potential and to exploit all sorts of advantages. In this case, for example, the apartment hides many surprises, all created with the help of custom furniture.

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In the case of a house or structure with this kind of design and roof structure, it’s easy to fit in an extra level. But if you want the rest of the space to remain open and to take advantage of the high ceilings, then only a portion of the roof can be used for this purpose.{found on site}.

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Having a suspended bed can allow you to save lots of space. The advantage is that it can be ignored when not needed and the room becomes larger and more open and you can easily use it whenever you want. It’s like having two rooms in one.{found on site}.

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If the stairs are directly adjacent to a wall and are placed in a corner of the house, then the space underneath them basically becomes wasted. This gives you an opportunity to use for something practical. For example, you could fit a bed in there.

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As we’ve mentioned already, structures with high ceilings give you the perfect opportunity to add an extra level. For example, here we have a very interesting design where the center of the room has a double ceiling while the sides are framed by a level accessible via a staircase.{found on knstrct}.

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In this case, the space you see has a very unusual layout. There’s an office or work area and near it is an open living area and the space stands out because of all the personalized and customized inserts and furniture which add extra storage space.{found on dwell}.

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In this tiny loft you can see how the kitchen is hidden underneath a sleeping area. The concept is similar to that of the bunk beds. It’s like having two rooms placed one above the other when they’re actually supposed to be adjacent horizontally.{found on dwell}.

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A suspended bedroom is also the solution found in the case of this space. not only that, but the cantilevered space also serves as a storage area and it’s sort of a combination between a reading corner, bedroom and lounge space.{found on architonic}.

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Where there’s not enough space for a home office in your house, what do you do? Well, you either give up the idea of having one or you come up with an unconventional solution like this one. The workspace is suspended above the bed and it has a desk and a chair.{found on ideasgn}.