3 Small Spaces Packed With Big Style (Includes Floor Plans)
Just because your space isn’t big, doesn’t mean it can’t be packed with style. But having an eye for design and organization is a tricky skill to master. It’s a balance between both space and storage, and color and design. And what may be right for one space, isn’t necessarily the solution for another.So, take a look at the designs of these architects and designers who have come up with insanely creative and beautiful solutions for small living. Whether you’re in a small city apartment, a dorm room, or a new flat, you’ll be sure to incorporate some of these ideas in your own home.
Looking at this apartment from this angle, it’s hard to believe it’s only 30 meters. The sleek lines and glass walls make this space feel much larger than it actually is.
This space triples as an office, living room, and bedroom. But the large windows and glass wall into the kitchen help this otherwise tiny space feel spacious.
White is the main color in this space, it helps the apartment feel bigger and it looks beautiful with the airy architecture.
Separating the kitchen and living space with tiles, and warm wood helps define the small space. The warm wooded living space also makes that part of the flat feel less stark, and more livable.
The kitchen table can also double as an island, and provides much needed eating space in this kitchen.
White may be the main color of this space, but it feels anything but stark. The textured cabinets, and stone tiles add an organic element to the space and keep your eye moving.
Small but functional is the name of the game for this stylish yet tiny space.
While this room may be multipurpose, everything has it’s space. The bedroom is brilliantly separated from the living space by the warm wooded walls and frame that bolster it up.
And look at that! Those gorgeous wooden walls extend around the front of the bed to add privacy when needed.
When fully closed you won’t even know an entire bedroom is on the other side. Instead it looks like a lovely accent wall, or even a closet.
The wood walls of the bedroom don’t match the wooden floors in the living space, but that’s okay. The warm wood of the bedroom against the cool wooden floors provides a wonderful contrast and separates the spaces from one another.
Even with the bedroom doors pulled shut the living space feels spacious.
This overhead view of the apartment reminds you just how small it is! But the designers and architects have truly thought of everything, and found a way to make this space effortlessly stylish and functional.
The bathroom mirrors the rest of the space, small functional, white, and beautiful. Everything has a place and enough space so you don’t feel cramped.
Once again, seeing the layout really shows you how they’ve maximized the space here.
This apartment is functional, colorful, and filled with hidden treasures. Firstly take a look at this creative desk space on the right, and how it effortlessly transforms into a kitchen eating space on the right. It’s a great solution that looks beautiful.
This white couch pops against this luxurious suede wall and that bright rug. The mix of colors and textures really adds dimension to this small space without making it feel busy.
This black matte cabinet is tall, sleek, and fits the space wonderfully.
Woah! What’s that? A washing machine? Bet you didn’t think that fabulous cabinet held that treat inside.
The kitchen counter has a small cutout for fresh plans built right in. A wonderful solution to grow some of your own herbs without taking up extra space in the apartment.
This small space comes equipped with a nice big foyer — what a luxury!
Dab a bit of your favorite perfume before you leave, or kick off your shoes after a long day in this functional and elegant boudoir nook in the foyer.
Visualizer: Taleh Mehdisoy
The glass wall between the kitchen and the living room lets some of that fabulous light into the kitchen space, but it also adds a sense of separation.
The kitchen is quite big for this tiny space! They’ve played it up with some beautiful marble tiles in a unique pattern, and accented the lower white cabinets with some warm wooded ones up top, drawing your eye upwards and making the space feel much bigger than it actually is.
The layout highlights how they’ve utilized every nook and cranny to make this space functional.
This apartment may be tiny, but it’s packed with innovation. These incredible walls let the tenant hang everything from shelves to artwork quickly, easily, and without damaging any walls. Best yet, they’re super light, eco friendly, and made in their native Russia.
Just because these panels are white doesn’t mean they’re boring! Even without hanging things from the holes, the walls add texture to the rest of the space.
White is the primary color in this space, which helps bounce that beautiful natural light throughout the space.
The walls can even become a makeshift closet with the addition of some handy hooks. Brilliant for such a small space!
This fabulous kitchen is actually quite big for this space, and much of it is thanks to that long extended countertop. Underneath it adds more cabinet space, but best yet it adds prep space, as well as a place to sit and eat meals.
The wooden barn door oddly looks right at home in this modern space. But it’s warm tones match the chairs and kitchen perfectly.
The same wall material in the rest of the space is also used in the kitchen to maximize space.
Kick off your shoes at the front door, and then easily tuck them away in this closet space.
The bathroom plays on the same cool gray and white tones with warm wood tones.
Wood in the shower? These specially engineered tiles are perfect to add an organic and warm element to your bathroom space.
Everything has its place in this tiny stylish place.