Do you live in a tiny apartment? Sadly, most of us do. Bear in mind, simply because your residence is pint-sized that doesn’t mean you have to live with boring decor or furniture pieces. Having a hard time decorating your tiny apartment? We can help!
Here are a few apartment decor ideas specially designed for your size, and you’ll find your tiny apartment has never looked grander. Perhaps now you can be inspired!
1. Go for a Slim Pedestal Table
Mastermind Eero Saarinen designed the Tulip Table, the first pedestal table ever, to get rid of clutter. The slim round pedestal table can fit into every nook or corner of the room. It’s basically the improved version of a cluttered four legged table. It’s always nice to add some curves with round tables. Most tiny apartments are boxy!
2. Think About Scale
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You can’t go for an overstuffed, dramatic sofa. Your tiny space will seem much larger with smaller or moderately sized furnishings like Saarinen’s Womb Chair. This wool wrapped beauty is statement worthy! Another lounge chair perfect for small apartment living is the classy Eames La Chaise. Who says you need a sofa?
3. Consider Your Needs
Don’t hold yourself to tradition, consider your needs. Tiny spaces are limited – figure out your priorities! How about going for a double-duty Nelson Bench? Your space will benefit from it, whether you use it as a low coffee table, console or bed bench. This intriguing slatted wood bench with metal legs is sure to add interest to your space!
Which of these tiny apartment living tips did you like best? Tell us below! For high-end mid century furniture pieces like the ones feature here, visit Manhattan Home Design.
Founded by Daniel Levy, entrepreneurial success award winner according to Fox News, Manhattan Home Design has been producing coveted furnishings for a decade.