If you’re seeking out inspo to beautify small living spaces, these four dinky apartment interiors are spilling over with stunning ideas that will make you feel like you’re living large. You can grab ideas for well proportioned furniture, neat layouts and confident colour schemes from this little lot, each skillfully visualised by Luxibu Lu. There’s particular attention to shoe-horning in the maximum number of bedroom and open plan studio sleep spaces in these apartments, along with a couple of stunning glass bedroom ideas. Be sure to check out the beautiful bespoke closets too, plus super smart kitchen installations and a whole load of gorgeous lighting.
Pushing off with design number one, we’re given a warm welcome with a blush pink living room. The rug reads “Home Sweet Home”, and it certainly is, with its cute pink two seater sofa and matching floor lamp. The soft wall colour is weighted down by charcoal wainscot around the lower half. Artwork by Erkin Demir brings some of the shadowy tone upwards and gives the room some edge.
The outline of a round dining table is echoed by a round woven rug design, which has been laid out off centre to shake things up. Also note how the table and two chairs are pushed up against banquet seating to accommodate extra diners without taking up more floor space. A shelf above the banquet bench is utilised for both table items and decorative effect.
The charcoal wall panelling wraps the sides of the banquet dining bench, which keeps the length of the room looking streamlined. On the other side of the living room, a glass wall bedroom sweeps in with curved glass panes.
A grey L-shaped kitchen completes the living space. A natural timber backsplash is sandwiched between dark base units and white upper cabinets.
A floral theme is painted in a black and white wall mural in the home entryway. Indoor plants soften the transition from solid living room wall to the curvaceous glass bedroom wall. A separate arched set of glass doors lead to the second bedroom.
Inside the master bedroom there is a wall of bespoke closets, painted grey along a line of top cabinets, and white across the rest.
Looking around to the headboard wall, we see a pink bedroom design with natural accents. The colour scheme is in-keeping with the living room since each space can be viewed from the other through the glass.
The second bedroom is painted solid purple where it is tucked out of view from its glass doors, making it a cosy little nook.
The bathroom is accessed via an arched doorway in the master bedroom. A guest powder room is located by the front door.
Design two is all about shades of grey, natural accents and a touch of living greenery. A black swing arm wall lamp peers over a grey couch with contrasting cushions. A grey pouf is pulled up to a natural wood round coffee table, which complements the wooden legs of the lounge seating.
Glass bricks build a suggestion of a hallway to the bedrooms and bathroom in the small apartment.
A plant stand grows an extra dividing technique. In the dining area, a natural woven pendant light shade hangs heavily over a wood top dining table. See more stylish dining room pendant lights.
Louvre doors shield storage by the front door.
Floating wall shelves provide practical decoration.
A wooden TV cabinet warms the look of a plain white TV wall.
The grey and white kitchen stands separately to the lounge and dining room, with plentiful light coming through a large window.
Inside the children’s room the kids’ beds look like an adventure to climb, with a cute mountain mural peaking along the top bunk.
Wooden decorative wall hooks and a wood clock hang on the walls. More wooden wall clocks here.
A lion rug brings a sunny smile.
Apartment design number three is a highly sophisticated affair with a classically inspired tufted sofa and chic traditional wall panelling.
Arched doorways and wall panels inspire curvy furniture and mirror choices, as well as a globe pendant light installation.
The TV is mounted right up alongside the smart kitchen, by a set of open kitchen shelves on marble tile.
Heavy curtains swag at the windows.
More wall panelling makes its way around the bedroom, where it frames a modern wall sconce.
Two double beds squeeze side by side into the modest room, each identically clothed.
Classic and modern pieces build a wonderfully transitional bedroom decor scheme. The master bedroom has an asymmetrical shape, where a small side table and alluring pendant light fit into its longest point. More bedroom pendant lights here.
The muted colour palette draws you in and quietens the mind.
Finally, our fourth apartment design is a cool grey creation with occasional splashes of blue.
We find another gorgeous glass bedroom design here, this time with straight sliding doors.
The dining room is seated right outside of the bedroom, with a monochrome cloudscape mural.
A black metal and wood table is teamed with two colours of Gubi Beetle chair.
Unique kitchen pendant lights dangle over a neat kitchen island, which is centred in the floor space of an L-shaped grey kitchen arrangement.
Inside the grey bedroom, a white bedspread, faux fur rug, chair and white tipped ceiling fan lighten things up.
A dressing table occupies the gap between the bed and the glass wall, buffering the bed from the dining area.
Bespoke closets and bookshelves line the opposite wall.
Simply stunning geometric tiles add character to the black bathroom, where they cut into a wall of white metro tile.
The large TV becomes almost camouflaged against its dark backdrop.
Tucked a little back from dining area, there is a studio sleep space.
The open plan bedroom has its own identity entirely, with two-tone pink and deep blue-grey walls.
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