Don’t let space stop you from creating your dream home. Let us show you 7 homes that prove that size is not everything! Instead, all you need is the right ideas to dramatically transform the feel of your home.
Qanvast Tip #1 : Expose Some Legs
Size: 3 rooms/85 sqm
Instead of boxy chairs and tables, furniture with exposed legs creates an instant sense of space. Opt for a bright colour palette to instantly jazz up your apartment. Use light colours on the wall as well as floor to make the space feel airy.
Interior Designer: Versaform
Location: Punggol Parc Vista
Qanvast Tip #2: Double Up the Function
Size: 2 rooms/65 sqm
Some spaces can work two ways – or three, like in this small apartment! The owner uses the brick wall not just as a separator between the living room and walkway but also as a TV backing on one side and seating area for the entrance.
Interior Designer: Design Chapterz
Location: Costa Ris
Qanvast Tip #3: Think Openly
Size: 2 rooms/74 sqm
The fastest way to create an illusion of space? Go for an open concept from entrance to kitchen and keep your walls clean.
This homeowner went for the seamless approach by opting to do without walls or separators, giving the apartment a wide spacious and airy feel.
Interior Designer: Linear Space Concepts
Location: Telok Blangah
Qanvast Tip #4: Mirror, Mirror on the wall
Size: 2 rooms/63 sqm
It’s the oldest trick in the book – place a large-sized mirror on a wall to create the illusion of space. However, an often overlooked point is to keep the rest of the space clutter free. Simple and sleek furniture work wonders for this concept.
Interior Designer: Voila
Location: Lorong Liew Lian
Qanvast Tip #5: Different Shades of Colour
Size: 2 rooms/72 sqm
Using the same colour creates a visual coherence that makes your space feel open. This homeowner went with the wood theme throughout – from living room to kitchen – creating a tonal effect for the small apartment.
Interior Designer: D5 Studio Image
Location: Bukit Purmei
Qanvast Tip #6: Let Me Move My Walls
Size: 2 rooms/72 sqm
Want space as well as privacy? Why not go for sliding walls that can be pushed back to reveal space and then put together again to create enclosed areas.
What this homeowner did in this ultra-chic small apartment where you can retain privacy when needed. Plus you can further create space by leaving a few inches between walls and your furniture.
Interior Designer: The Design Abode
Location: Marine Terrace
Qanvast Tip #7: Make a Statement
Size: 2 rooms/56 sqm
In a small space, one large sofa or dining table instead of many small pieces is enough to make a dramatic statement.
This homeowner went with an impressive dining table as the star of the space. A unique light fixture over the table enhances the wow factor, making the room look and feel uncluttered and bigger.
Interior Designer: The Association
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