Three interior design firms reveal small space design tricks that actually work.
Vivre Creative Design merged two bedrooms into one, tackled the narrow footprint of the dining space, and created space for a walk-in wardrobe and additional storage for the owner’s toy collection within this modestly sized apartment.
In this home designed by Ethereall, the living room, dining room, kitchen and gym all sit in one large, free-flowing communal space.
Bespoke carpentry works and a modern luxe material ensemble by Joey Khu ID turn this petite condominium unit into a spacious and sophisticated bachelor’s pad.
Metier Planner employs unconventional design manoeuvres to boost the impression of space and livability in this 721sqft flat.
Eye-catching stone, Islamic motifs and a keen eye for detailing instil a sense of quiet luxury and homely, hospitality-like comfort in this HDB flat.
White Italian marble and golden borders dominate this polished apartment by Black N White Haus.
Exacting details and finishes channel the idea for this swanky bachelor pad where the function is not an afterthought.
From a mini walk-in wardrobe to an innovative pull-out table, this 740sqft flat gets a major boost in functionality and space with multiple clever design solutions by AP Concept.
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Who says small can’t be beautiful? AMP Design Co. proves that style and function can be had even in a 700sqft apartment.
Ushering warmth and visual depth, dark colours are the order of day in this bachelor pad by Fineline Design.
Luxe living takes over this petite apartment that features a clean-lined yet highly sophisticated design language. With well-planned design measures by Nest Spatial Design, the homeowners are sure to live large even in this small space.
See how Home for Life maximised this small condo, and incorporated the homeowners personalities and requirements to suit their lifestyle.
With just 258sqft to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.
Whiting Architects delivers a stylish design that belies the constraints of a small site in Melbourne, Australia.
This 377sqft one-bedroom apartment with home office demonstrates how to live well with less.
Metre Architects demonstrates that it’s possible to have all the creature comforts of a large home in a small studio apartment.