Living in a small apartment can be annoying enough when you literally have no room to move. The situation can get even stickier if your belongings get in your way and leave you even fewer space to move around. You probably think that you can’t have a bed, a couch and an office at the same time, but the truth is that you can have everything and without feeling that you’re being suffocated. All you need to do is optimize the space according to your needs and take advantage of the higher levels of your apartment, which is something that everyone forgets about.
Use the upper level of your house to build your bed and use the level below that for storage and wardrobe.
Kids’ beds that go into hiding and appear whenever you want.
A murphy bed that goes into perfect hiding and transforms your apartment so that your guests will wonder where you sleep.
Look how a small ‘box’ can be used as a bed, office and storage space.
Bunk bed hosting a boho living room.
If your living room is your bedroom, then you shouldn’t worry about having to hide your bed in plain sight.
Bed turned into comfortable office.
The stairs of a house is the most poorly optimized space, since you can store a large percentage of your belongings.
If this couch can’t solve your space issue, nothing will ever be able to do that.
This ‘smart’ piece of furniture lets you have a table and a dining place all in one and in very little space.
An office doesn’t always have to be visible. You can make it appear whenever you need to use it.
Creating space where there is very little based on the naked eye is a talent that you must acquire if your home is this tiny. Nobody wants to live in a box with zero walking space.