From Dark Basement Unit Into Space-Savvy Apartment In Ultra-Tiny Area
Living in an ultra-tiny space needs many things to consider. You have to deal with bright colors, a high ceiling, and more lighting fixtures. The area should be bright enough to look larger visually. Furthermore, eliminate clutter and arrange everything in the right place should be done every day. A tiny space has a high risk to look dull rather than the larger one. Look at this space-savvy apartment that once is a dark basement.
In this main area, we are given a bright place with clever furniture design. Look at the floor with a victorian area rug that adds warmth and the green sofa with orange throw pillows for a pop of color. Then, the gallery with artworks that gives artistic value into this area.
Look at the stainless steel cabinet unit that adds glitz and reflective surface into the room that breaks up the neutral color tones. It functions as the book storage and other things that should be hidden to avoid clutter. Even the floating bench can be used as the reading nook.
In this cabinet, the owner saves his book collection. Though this is only a single thing with a neutral color but gives warmth. The mirror on it reflects the light to create a brighter and larger room. We love the table lamp design that looks so futuristic.
We have told you that this apartment has a clever furniture design. See the kitchen with beige cabinet and white countertops that minimalist and clean. It saves space because located in one area with the living space.
This apartment also provides a super tiny bedroom for a single person to take a rest. It has been done in an oak wood platform bed. The bathroom that hidden has done in minimalist and modern look with a shower room, sink, and lavatory.
The owner also installs more indoor plants to clear the air condition. It also beautifies the living area with natural touches. Though this apartment is ultra-tiny with a healthy place with fresh air is a must. So, it breaks the myth that a small space looks crowded, doesn’t it?