Brightness and dynamism at their fullest in a tiny apartment

Small apartments are not ideal. They are difficult to organize and to decorate and, usually, you have to make compromises and to give us certain comforts. The major challenge when decorating a tiny apartment is making it seem spacious and avoiding to create a cramped and uncomfortable atmosphere.

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The internal distribution of the room and the layout are very important. Ideally, you would have as few walls as possible and an overall open décor. The combination of an open plan living room and kitchen is a very nice option but, even if the kitchen is separated from the rest of the rooms, you can still make it seem inviting.

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A very nice example in this case is this small apartment we found today. Notice how bright it looks. It’s important for a space to be filled with light in order to feel inviting and beautiful. A dark space will always feel less attractive, even if it’s large.

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This apartment also has a very dynamic interior décor. It’s an impression given by the palette of colors used throughout the rooms. It’s composed of a series of neutrals and a range of bold accent colors which have been used in moderation.

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The living area is tiny and narrow. It has a comfortable grey sofa with a modern and colorful painting hanging above it on the wall. On one side, there’s a niche that lets you see into the bedroom and so the rooms become connected. The kitchen is small but very bright thanks to the white cabinets and minimalist furniture.{found on behance}.