scandinavian Bedroom by Dröm Living

A really small but really smart apartment

Tiahn Wetzler—homify Tiahn Wetzler—homify
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Generally speaking, tiny spaces are our favourite ones. Sure, we love exploring lush, extensive mansions with endless rooms waiting around endless corners… but there's something so much more endearing about a small apartment that's managed to hack and design its way into a home. From the clever use of vertical space in the kids' bedroom to the chic combination of a bedroom and office in the grown-ups space, there are plenty of elements and little bits and pieces to copy and take inspiration from. 

1. By building this bed just about as high up as it can go (without becoming too cramped) they've created ample space for storage beneath it.

2. A closer look at the storage space confirms how stylishly and seamlessly that it's been achieved, providing space for bits and pieces, clothes and books.

3. From this angle we can see that they also carved out a bit of space for a desk behind the bed structure… a choice that combines practicality and style.

4. Swinging around 360 degrees, we get a better understanding of how narrow the room is and see that every corner has been maximised.

5. In the parents bedroom, vertical space has been used in a different way, opting instead for a regular floor-based bed and overhead shelves.

6. Taking a look from slightly further back, we get another perspective on this beautiful, white bedroom that, while small, leaves us wanting for nothing.

If you liked this apartment, you might also like to take a look at: The 32m² apartment with undeniable style.

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