Here again is an example of a dwelling from Geterborg, Sweden. Now we will introduce you to a 47-square-meter nun. Designers who worked on it, decided to combine on a small patch of 2 periods: unique old floors, covered with parquet; a wardrobe built into the wall and known since the 1940s), as well as the current technological kitchen and a small bathroom.
In a fairly large living room, with a size slightly over 20 sq. M, there is a small niche. It is in it designers and placed a bed. It is hidden from outside eyes, and if necessary, it can be curtained with a light curtain. Oblong kitchen can seem at first sight completely uncomfortable. However, this particular drawback designers decided to take note. All fixtures for the kitchen and appliances fit on one wall.
And another area covered the rounded table. The striped wallpaper visually stretches the room even more. However, it does not interfere at all - there is an impression that there is quite a lot of free space.
In the hall opposite the bathroom, a large storage room was designed. In it, the owners decided to make a wardrobe. This is what helped to abandon the large storage lockers. But in the guest room you can put a massive sofa and a bookshelf. Including a place for the home office.
What should you do if your living space does not have a good layout and you are looking for the best planning options?
1. Look at the whole picture. Maybe not everything is as tragic as it might seem. In this example, you can make sure that the niche fits perfectly into the interior, if you place a bed or cabinet in it, if you work at home. It can even be separated by a small curtain.
2. We will not stop agitating to get rid of unnecessary items. If you have a storage room, then throw away useless garbage, covered with a layer of dust, paint in warm shades of the wall, add lighting and get a wonderful wardrobe.
3. If there is no komorki, use secret secrets to store any small things. For example, a narrow rack in the lobby at full height, painted to match the color of the walls, or drawers in sofas, or mezzanines ...