An interior designer will work with what the space offers. For example, if it’s a spacious apartment, there’s enough room for oversized artwork and for all sorts of accessories and elements. If, on the other hand, the apartment is tiny, the designer will try to use everything in his favor and to use the space wisely. In a way, small apartment are more interesting because you get to see how others have managed to solve the problems related to the lack of space.
This apartment is quite small. The rooms are tiny but they definitely don’t seem so. The solution found in this case was to use clean and clear lines, an overall minimalist and Nordic décor and to use bright colors with well distributed accent details. Like in the case of any small space, the biggest challenge here was to integrate plenty of storage space.
These spaces have been hidden throughout the rooms. For example, the kitchen and dining room part of the living area has a compact piece with a semi-transparent side that lets us see that the interior is used for storage.
Other ingenious solutions have also been found. The living room has a simple sofa that integrates nicely into the décor. Near this sofa there’s a ladder that is sued as a shelf unit for displaying and storing items. Shelves are also sued throughout the apartment and they are wonderful for small spaces in general. I particularly like the bathroom. It’s small but it seems airy. It’s been decorated in black and white and has a chic and elegant look.