If you’re a single who’s not quite ready to mingle, then your lifestyle should totally translate to your interior design. Just because you live alone does not mean that you need to crumble under the pressure of decorating double. Today, we’ll be featuring 5 interior design tips for those who love living the single life. Let’s take a look:
1. Open yet compact spaces
Living the single life in your own homes means that you’ve got some pretty flexible spaces to work with for your interior designs. It’s best that you avoid large physical barriers and simply opt for open yet compact spaces for a spacious yet cozy vibe.
2. Counter-built dining nook
When you’re living the high single life, there’s no need to go for added spaces just so you could satisfy the conventions. Instead, you can be creative with the other spaces in your homes. For example, instead of going for a full-fledged dining area or nook, you can simply go for a countertop-built in dining area. Its unique, creative and can personalize your space nicely!
3. Splurge on a comfy bed
Sleep like a king on your own large bed even when you’re living the single life. Twin beds and singles may seem like a good option, but really, what’s the point of having so much space to yourself when you’re simply not going to splurge on it. Going for a large, comfortable and decorative bed can give your spaces a lived in, happily cozy look!
4. Be moderate with furniture
What’s the use of having so much furniture when there’s going be no one to use it? In such cases, it’s best to go for things that are necessary, functional and cozy at the same time. For example, instead of furnishing your living rooms with a giant, virtually useless sectional, you can opt for a small, comfortable couch that you can feel comfortable in!
5. Display your hobby
Lastly, being single and living in your own home means that you get to be the master of your own life. You can utilize this concept in your interior designs by displaying your hobbies. If you’ve got a nice green thumb, then create a little indoor garden. If you’re a closet artist, create yourself a cozy drawing nook. If you’re a reader, set yourself up with a beautiful book nook!