If you’re short on space but want big ideas, then further we’ve compiled a list of some creative and impactful one’s for you to pick from. Let’s take a look:
1. Compact media consoles
The living room is made up of many small aspects that deliver a wholesome aesthetics, but only a few of them can be tweaked to maximize the layout. The media console is one of these elements. You can alter its design to be either floating or compact so that it takes up as little space as possible. The wood and high-gloss suspended design featured in this image is a great example.
2. Going L-shaped
The 3-set couches of the past era are too maximalist for our current real estate solutions. In a small interior, it is very rarely to have enough space to feature 3 separate sofas. So, what’s the ideal solution? An L-shaped sectional! Not only does it provide an adequate amount of seating space, but it also takes relatively less amount of square footage as compared to separate sofa sets.
3. Foregoing statement pieces
Did you know that oversized statement art can eat up the spacious quality of your interior designs – especially when you’re working with an already small space? So, one great alternate way to maximize the quality of your layout is by choosing décor and artwork that is small and leaves much of the wall area as open as possible. You can make up for the lack of wall paraphernalia with accessorizing.
4. Floating shelves
Bookshelves have become an integral part of our interior designing throughout the years. They’re an interesting way to accessorize and furnish our spaces. But when you’re working on ideas that can help you maximize the layout, then it’s best that you opt for floating shelves. They have just as much of a decorative value and leave a lot of floor space for you to work with.
5. Freestanding furniture pieces
Freestandin furniture pieces are usually used of accenting. The great thing about them is that they are always functional but take only a fraction of the space. So, you can definitely use them to free up some of the clutter in your layout. They can help you maximize circulation while emphasizing the beauty of the backdrop at the same time.