For some couples (especially young people) or families, living in a larger space is unattainable. The most common reason is a lack of funds, but in some cases there are simply no larger apartments or houses. People have no choice but to resort to an “emergency” solution. Some couples choose to live with their parents. It is financially advantageous, but after some time conflicts occur in almost all common households. A better solution is to discount your claims and look around for smaller housing. There are a few simple ways to adapt a small apartment to your needs.
A good carpenter will make practical custom-made furniture that will use every free space. The advantage is high ceilings. Cabinets down to the space provide plenty of storage space for things you use less often. Hanging furniture is becoming more and more popular. The space under the hanging furniture optically enlarges the space.
Create a sleeping space
Create a separate sleeping area, especially if there is also a kitchenette in the room. It’s no secret that for quality sleep, the sleeping area should not be disturbed by anything, such as television. It is an impulse for the body to rest fully and you wake up in the morning with more energy. In the same way, the quality of sleep can be affected by sleeping in the “kitchen”. Separate the kitchenette with a chest of drawers or a small counter. The feeling of having a “bedroom” will improve your sleep quality. The raised bed is another solution, the space under the bed provides additional storage space. The bunk bed allows you to have other furniture under you, such as a sofa.
Mirrors optically enlarge the space
Using mirrors instead of images illuminates the room and optically enlarges it. This will make the space more airy and you will get rid of the feeling of crampedness.