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1st golden rule: open spaceAbove all, do not partition! In a small space, prefer platforms or mezzanines to delimit without giving the feeling of reducing it. A tip that lends itself as well to a child's bedroom as to a living room. To separate without suffocating, you can obtain the same result by simply placing carpets on the floor: one for each function of the room. Finally, to separate the rooms, prefer canopies or bay windows to partitions. Your interior will only be brighter and the open surface will give the illusion of a larger space. Another little tip: use a bright shade (but not necessarily white!) To fully paint part of the room from floor to ceiling (including furniture). A tone-on-tone effect that will enlarge the space and draw attention to the cachet of the room ... and not to its surface!
At Turbulences Déco and Create recycler, raised beds using a platform mark out the space and offer storage without partitioning.
2nd golden rule: clever planning
3rd golden rule: exploit the height
4th golden rule: learn to camouflage
Two tips to save space: camouflage the desk in a closet and hang wall shelves almost to the ceiling.
5th golden rule: use smart furnitureThe market has smelled the vein: there are now all kinds of furniture designed for small spaces. Starting with the mini-household appliances. For example washing machines with top opening or models only 30 to 40 cm deep (compared to 60 cm in general). The Triple de Rosières range, unique in its kind, was designed for small spaces: it combines in one location, dishwasher, oven, hob. There are also mini-ovens or mini-dishwashers that are built-in bonuses. These small formats do not only concern household appliances but all the useful accessories in the house: mini-vacuum cleaner, mini-coffee maker ... the Libratone brand has even launched nomadic and compact speakers that adapt to your interior and move around. 'envi! Another option is multifunctional, versatile and practical furniture that provides several services. Sometimes it takes ingenuity to make them custom. Thus, a fold-down table serves as a dining area or an office area depending on the time of day. Or a headboard which, with small shelves on the side, also serves as a bedside table
The Danish brand Libratone has designed small speakers that can be forgotten by being compact and design; ideal in a small space. So it's not that complicated, is it?