Today we have a little wonder from Sweden. This miniature apartment in Stockholm, with only 23 sqm of total area, has among other important things a separate bedroom (albeit mezzanine) and even a small walk-in wardrobe. The flat also has a lot of style: nice color scheme of gray tones, wall frames, white modern kitchen – it turned out to be so cool and charming. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
Yes, it’s not a mistake – you will not find any living or lounge area in this Swedish apartment. The fact is that the floor plan is rather unusual and, to be honest, not quite comfortable, so the designers did not think of anything better than to separate the bedroom to the expense of the living room. Now the owners can receive guests only in the kitchen, which, it should be noted, looks very impressive. Of course, such a home perhaps is not suitable for a long-term living, but certainly, there are those who will like this type of lifestyle.
Such minimalistic spaces are usually chosen by men, but this studio apartment with total area of 34 sqm in Moscow was created to accommodate a young girl. The owner really wanted to get a bright, open, modern home without an abundance of bold colors, using natural materials and laconic forms. As a result, the apartment has one common living space where all the functional zones are in harmony. Stylish and functional!
Today we have an excellent example of an interesting solution to the small space decoration dilemma. In essence, this Swedish apartment has one common space of 34 sqm which was skilfully zoned and decorated. Again, a glass partition is here to help designers, as they allowed to install a private sleeping space for two. We also loved to admit lots of storage – seems like numerous cabinets can hide hundreds of small home accessories and stuff. Excellent budget accommodation!
A small size of the apartment always throws the owners a challenge – what to sacrifice for the sake of comfort. Owners of this small flat (44 sq. m) in Stockholm had to compromise in only one – the sleeping area which they placed under the ceiling so that there is a study below it. Between the bedroom-study and living-dining room there is a small kitchen, which is connected to the corridor. Interesting, that even in the smallest apartments in Sweden there is a small cozy balcony, where it is customary to take time for a cup of warm drink. Did you know that the Swedes have a special word that denotes the tradition of taking a break from work to drink coffee? And this tradition is called “fika”.
The fact that the owner of this Moscow apartment of only 28 sqm is a young man who works in show business and often travels, dictated some of the features of this tiny home. For example, there is no separate bedroom, a sofa in the living room serves for sleeping – this option was well approved by the owner since he is rarely at home. In general, he wanted to get a bright and comfortable accommodation for a rest between tours and for meetings with friends. Designer Ivan Pozdnyakov does not hide that the inspiration for this project he got from the works of modern Dutch designers. Very unique and stylish home!
When a home is limited in its area, high ceilings can help. In this very small apartment in Stockholm, thanks to the mezzanine bedroom, it was possible to make room for a full-sized living room in which you can feel spacious and even receive guests. As for the color scheme, Scandinavian gray is diluted here with bright yellow details. Compact and comfy!
Today we have a lovely small apartment of 31 sqm under the roof in Sweden. Its main feature is a completely open layout with only a tiny bathroom separated from the main space. By the way, all the walls and ceiling here are completely white, while the floor is in contrast black. Stylish and convenient!
This Swedish apartment is like a Swiss Army knife – many functions fit in one small space. 30 sqm did not become an obstacle for designers to place a living area, a bed, a small kitchen and even a dining table. Very compact home, which would be ideal for a student or a bachelor!
Despite the size of this charming apartment in Toronto (only 50 sqm), the owners did not sacrifice either the beauty or the convenience. First, there are lots of storage spaces, and the most important of them is a magnificent media wall with built-in TV and even an electric fireplace! In addition, the interiors are so stylish and exquisite – a black and white base and elegant moldings played an important role. Interestingly, the apartment has even elements of loft style: concrete surfaces and almost 5 meters high ceilings. Great tiny home!