1. MAXIMIZE SPACE
When working with a small condo, it’s important to use every inch of space efficiently. Consider furniture that has multiple uses, such as a sofa bed or a coffee table with storage space. Wall-mounted shelves can free up floor space and create more storage options. Most importantly, be selective with the pieces you add to your condo to avoid creating a cluttered feeling.
2. DIFFERENTIATE AREAS
Understanding the physical constraints of the condo will help you plan the different areas effectively. To prevent feeling confined, place furniture strategically, choose different textures and subtle wall colors, add visually appealing area rugs, and place dividers that help separate the space. By breaking up an open floor plan into cozy areas creates an inviting environment.
3. CREATE A COHESIVE DESIGN
In a small condo, creating a visually pleasing flow is important. Start by identifying your interior design style and remain consistent throughout. Select a subtle color palate for the walls, add repeated accents with bold bursts of complementary colors for contrast, and commit to the same flooring throughout. These details will transform a confined space into an aesthetically satisfying design.