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7 Tiny Condos Under 625sqft with Big, Space-Saving Ideas

February 9, 2021
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Small, space-saving homes with serious style.

Your home’s size shouldn’t determine how stylish or functional it is. With an interior plan that maximises space, your tiny home can be practical and still look oh-so-gorgeous.

The Alps Residence by Ethereall

Interior Firm: Ethereall

In fact, these 7 compact condominiums are living testaments. Though each apartment is less than 625 sqft (or 58 sqm; smaller than the average 3-room HDB flat), they're packed with space-saving ideas and no less charming.


1. The Alps Residence | 625 sqft (58 sqm)

An open-plan concept works best in visually expanding a small home. Despite its heavy industrial touches, this home still retains an airy feel with the help of collapsible glass doors. It keeps clutter to a minimum too with plenty of built-ins and a platform bed, complete with hidden storage compartments.

The Alps Residence by Ethereall

Interior Firm: Ethereall

The Alps Residence by Ethereall
The Alps Residence by Ethereall

2. Vida | 517 sqft (48 sqm)

Opt for a clean-cut approach with the help of carpentry. In this shoebox unit, black tones are used in all areas of home for a more cohesive, but super sleek look. Break up the monotony with hints of white and throw in some potted plants for good measure.

Vida by Habit

Interior Firm: Habit

Vida by Habit
Vida by Habit
Vida by Habit

3. West Coast View | 463 sqft (43 sqm)

This home might be narrower than most, but the lack of a wall between the living and kitchen keeps things light and breezy. To ensure that it all flows well, do away with bulkier furniture and keep your TV mounted on the wall.

West Coast View by DISTINCTidENTITY

Interior Firm: DISTINCTidENTITY

West Coast View by DISTINCTidENTITY
West Coast View by DISTINCTidENTITY
West Coast View by DISTINCTidENTITY

4. High Park Residences | 452 sqft (42 sqm)

Imagine being able to hide a dining table/study desk inside your cupboards. Yes, you read that right! The full-length carpentry in this tiny single bedder hides pull-outs that double as functional spaces.

High Park Residences by GB Interior Design

Interior Firm: GB Interior Design

High Park Residences by GB Interior Design
High Park Residences by GB Interior Design
High Park Residences by GB Interior Design

5. Botanique at Bartley | 625 sqft (58 sqm)

If you thought living in a tiny abode meant forsaking a walk-in wardrobe, think again. This 2-bedder condo’s closet comes with sliding glass doors to make sure that plenty of natural light still flows through.

Metallic and reflective surfaces also help to create the illusion of more space, while adding a touch of luxury when complemented with plush velvet accents and jewel tones.

Botanique At Bartley by Mr Shopper Studio

Interior Firm: Mr Shopper Studio

Botanique At Bartley by Mr Shopper Studio
Botanique At Bartley by Mr Shopper Studio
Botanique At Bartley by Mr Shopper Studio
Botanique At Bartley by Mr Shopper Studio

6. Parc Emily | 549 sqft (51 sqm)

This contemporary home is chock full of small space hacks. It makes great use of compartmentalisation – just check out the shelving units in the kitchen, master bedroom and ensuite. Bonus points for the tiny niche within the living room feature wall that houses a decorative piece!

Parc Emily by R+R Design Studio

Interior Firm: R+R Design Studio

Parc Emily by R+R Design Studio
Parc Emily by R+R Design Studio
Parc Emily by R+R Design Studio

7. Espada | 355 sqft (33 sqm)

Contrary to popular belief, having a small home doesn’t mean you have to steer away from dark colours. You can replicate the luxurious air with the help of dark wood tones. Pair it with statement pendant lights, a velvet Chesterfield and tinted glass to achieve a new level of sophistication!

Espada by Weiken.com

Interior Firm: Weiken.com

Espada by Weiken.com
Espada by Weiken.com
Espada by Weiken.com

Space planning is crucial, especially in small homes.

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