The interior of small rooms

How to "save" the interior of a small room - photo design

Microscopic areas of typical apartments -the legacy of the Soviet past. The construction was completely justified - there was an urgent task: to provide housing for as many people as possible. Now the housing problem is not so acute, but the built houses will not soon cross the line of physical wear and tear. Therefore, the majority of people still live in tiny apartments. And - an urgent problem. Demand creates supply. Designers offer many options for interior solutions for a small space. You can independently (but without neglecting the advice of experienced people) try to build your everyday happiness in a single tiny room.

So where to start?

one.Clean up a few square meters of your test room. 2. Take a close look and determine, based on your preferences, draw up a detailed plan for redeveloping the space (using the photo ideas presented in the gallery). 3. Say: "With God!", And begin the transformation.

A few tips on design ideas (they can be seen on a selection of photos)

Space zoning: 1.Division of the area into functional areas - recreation, work, reception of guests. They can be designated with various wall finishes, arches, or they can be separated by partitions made of decorated glass blocks (by the way, similar blocks with splashes of shells, twigs look very romantic), wooden or plastic panels. 2. A large aquarium will look great - it is both a great decor element, and an excellent air humidifier, and at the same time - an unusual partition. Visual increase in space: 1. Use in the design of light shades (in this case, preference should be given to cold tones). It is better if the floor and ceiling are in the same color. 2. Glossy stretch ceilings will visually make the room much larger. 3. The absence of large decor items, minimization of the amount of furniture will also visually expand the room. 4. It is worth carefully choosing curtains for windows, furniture upholstery - they should not be discordant with the general background. 5. Lighting in the room should be made bright, preferably distributed over functional areas. 6. The use of mirrors or mirror elements will visually increase the size of the room. There are photographs in the gallery where this technique is clearly demonstrated. 7. Furniture should be placed along the walls. Its size in horizontal planes should be as small as possible. For example, use not a miniature sofa for a seat. 8. In everyday life, you should use multifunctional items: so, the same sofa can be a sitting place, and a box for bed linen, and a bed for one person. 9. Decorating a small room with decorative elements should be very careful, otherwise all efforts to visually increase the space can go to waste. 10. Do not put decorations on horizontal surfaces (if these are photos of your favorite pug - just hang them on the wall, and put a large flower on the floor in the corner opposite the front door). To live beautifully, it is not necessary to have a huge living space, the main thing is to be able to plan and implement your ideas!