A very smart and clever use of space in a 45 square meter apartment

When you have a home with a small floor surface, you have to be clever about it and to use the space in the best way possible. But when your home is also an attic apartment, things get even more complicated. The shape of the walls and the angled ceilings definitely don’t make things easier. There are usually many dead corners in such apartments. It’s because you can’t use those spaces for much, definitely not the way you would work with a normal apartment.

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Still, there are ways in which you can make the best out of such a situation. It just happens that we found a very nice example for you. This is an apartment that measures only 45 square meters. It’s actually a mini-apartment given the size. Nevertheless, it doesn’t look that small. The rooms don’t seem crowded and the slanted walls don’t seem to be such a huge problem. So let’s see how the owner of this place dealt with all the problems.

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For example, the rooms are airy and spacious despite their small size. That’s mostly because a very simple and bright color palette was used, in combination with modern furniture that features clean lines and that doesn’t have unnecessary features. The internal distribution was also well chosen.

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There’s lounge space that also includes the kitchen and the dining room. This open space also features an adjacent terrace which is also small but quite beautiful. There are numerous skylights throughout the apartment and they make the ceiling seem less invasive.{found on Alexander White}.