Many times the interior decoration of small houses tends to become a headache; since the lack of space limits many of the ideas that can arise. That is why today we wanted, through this article, to present you with some tips to make the most of home spaces, in terms of furniture for small spaces.
If your living room or bedroom is cluttered and cluttered, the last thing you want to do is spend time there. Unless you trick your perception into thinking that space is bigger than it seems. It’s not magic, it’s just a clever design and decoration strategy.
Low volume furniture
Obviously you should forget about large furniture, but you should look for furniture that, in addition to being proportional to the available space, is functional and, as far as possible, multifunctional, since it will allow us to enjoy more space for circulation. You should also keep in mind that the best allies are light colors, since they give us a greater sense of spaciousness and light in spaces. Therefore, your furniture should not be totally dark if possible, but perhaps with some touches of color.
For example, in the photo above, we see white walls, a white table, and the chairs break the monotony with black. But white is still the predominant color in the dining room. In addition, a not very large round table, in addition to being practical, allows comfortable and free movement around it.
It will be essential both in the kitchen, living room, bedrooms and bathrooms of these houses, to bet on the incorporation of a minimum amount of furniture and accessories; so it will be very useful to get carried away here by the phrase of the minimalist style that “less is more”, betting heavily on functionality. As we see in the example below, in which a folding bed is used in a space that is used as a living room.
Below we see another folding bed that transforms into an armchair and a shelf.
Another very aesthetic example, an armchair that transforms into two beds.
In today’s market there are a lot of modern and functional options, and very creative, like the box in the image below, which can be transformed into a wall table.
Another example of a folding table is a drawer on the wall that transforms into a table and a shelf, perfect as a workplace for small spaces.
Or these outdoor armchairs, which can be joined together to form a small egg that doesn’t take up too much space.
Another example, we see a folding table in which the chairs can be placed underneath, very aesthetic and functional.
Another interesting trick is to use the space under the stairs as storage.
Small shared spaces
There are many times when we suffer from a lack of space in our home, either because we live in a single room or because we have to share the bedroom, the truth is that it is one of the things that makes us feel most uncomfortable, since the Privacy is vitally important in everyone’s life. That is why we show you an original proposal to achieve that long-awaited privacy in a shared space.
As you will see, it consists of creating a kind of cube, in wood or in any of the condensates that the wide market offers us, within which they can perfectly have their personalized bedroom and in which they can cling to some privacy in a shared space. .
For greater comfort, you can perfectly place it on wheels, so that its presence does not intervene when it comes to rearranging the decoration of the space in which it will be placed.
In addition, so that it really fits into the decoration and does not spoil everything, you can customize it in one or several colors that go well with the decoration of the space, thus being able to become one more element of the decoration.
Decoration and interior design of small houses