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5 tips on how to choose furniture for a small apartment

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Tip 1. The entire space should have a common color palette In small rooms, a “box effect” often occurs, so it is worth thinking in advance about the overall palette that visually expands the space. Light shades are best for this. Moreover, the furniture should be chosen or repainted to match the color of the walls - so the objects will seem to dissolve against their background. If you are embarrassed by the dullness of a monochromatic interior, you can combine different textures of the same color. The space will become visually more complex and multifaceted, but at the same time retain its airiness. We have selected several examples that may be suitable for a small apartment. Scroll through the gallery The bed has a light-colored headboard and lift mechanism - it has a neutral color scheme and has additional storage space. Blackout curtains can provide complete darkness, but do not overload the interior. A carpet with a neutral pattern will make any room more comfortable. A painting on the wall can become a color accent or support the neutral mood of the interior. Tip 2. Blind facades are preferable to open shelves A large number of things laid out on open surfaces creates a feeling of clutter and visual noise. To avoid this, choose furniture with solid doors - let collections of souvenirs from different countries, bottles of cosmetics or books be “hidden” behind them. If you want some items to be stored openly or behind a glass door, pay special attention to order. And it’s best to display only carefully selected decor. The gallery contains several more stylish options for storing things. The kitchen set has simple and modern facades. Wardrobe with Display – There is an elegant glass section for storage. A wall cabinet module is a stylish option for books, souvenirs or dishes. An invisible chest of drawers is an excellent solution for a small room. Tip 3. A large wardrobe is better than several small wardrobes Even in a small apartment, it is better to allocate space for a full-fledged dressing room or storage room. Yes, you may have to take a bite out of your bedroom or living room, but it's worth it. You will free the main rooms from bulky cabinet furniture, and in a special storage corner you can use the entire space from floor to ceiling. If the house has high ceilings, buy a small stepladder. It will make it easier to reach the highest drawers. And what doesn’t fit in the dressing room can be “hidden” under the bed and inside ottomans in the hallway. A dressing room or pantry will free up space in the room from unnecessary things. Scroll photo left The cabinet body for the dressing room will easily take up space up to the ceiling. A mesh wardrobe system is a minimalist option for storing everyday items. The trunk is useful for storing things in the dressing room or on open shelving. Ottoman chest - it has a lot of free space inside. Tip 4. Mirror surfaces will help visually expand the space Mirrors reflect light, and you should definitely take advantage of this. The simplest option is mirrored wardrobe doors. If placed along a wall, they can double the space. But other solutions will also be beneficial. Observe the movement of the sun throughout the apartment during the day and place small mirrors where the sun's rays fall. The reflected light will return to the room and help illuminate darker corners. Mirrors and mirrored facades visually expand the space. We have selected several options for you in the gallery A framed mirror is a stylish option for a bedroom or hallway. A mirror cabinet for the bathroom can also be tried in different rooms. A sliding wardrobe with mirrored doors significantly expands the space. An electric fireplace in a mirror frame is an aesthetic solution for the living room. Tip 5. “Airy” or transparent furniture will not overload the rooms Thin legs of sofas and chairs, as well as transparent table and console surfaces, leave more free space in the room. In addition, the effect of furniture floating in the air can be visually emphasized - for example, using an LED strip. Among upholstered furniture, models in the style of the 70s are best suited - without massive armrests and a large number of pillows. Don't like this style? You can also opt for a massive sofa straight from the English living room - but only if it is the only large piece of furniture and it does not go out of the color scheme. “Light” furniture helps not to overload the interior A coffee table is a minimalist, versatile option. A floor lamp with a small lampshade is useful for accent lighting. A sofa with legs is an option in the style of the 70s. A chest of drawers without a bottom drawer visually lightens the interior. Kitchen chair – a model with an airy and laconic design. Now you know how to make a small apartment visually more spacious and much more comfortable We've shared five top tips: focus on a general light palette; use stylish cabinets instead of open shelves; equip a complete, moderately compact wardrobe; visually expanded create space with mirrors; choose “airy” furniture with thin legs. This makes it easy to make even the cramped home truly comfortable and stylish.

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