Easy ways to design a small apartment in budget-friendly ways

You don’t need a large budget for your small apartment makeover.

Neither your house nor your wallet needs to be big to create a cozy interior. However, furnishings can sometimes be an afterthought for these reasons, especially if you bought an apartment with a building loan and don’t have the money to show off. Offering a small space on a tight budget can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Your home can fully reflect your personal tastes without breaking the bank. We offer several tips on how to make furnishing and decorating your small apartment easier even on a tighter budget.

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1. Choose light colors

You’ve probably heard people say that if you want to look slim, you choose dark colors, and if you want to look taller, choose light colors. The same principle applies to interior design. To make a small room visually larger, you should choose light curtains and other fabrics.

2. Choose smart furniture

If your apartment is small, you’ll have to be even smarter when it comes to placement. Furniture with additional storage space, such as stools or sofas with sofa boxes, can help with this. The less you need to use your closet to store your belongings, the bigger your home will look because a large closet won’t take up valuable space. At the same time, you’ll get luxurious furniture like this that doubles as seating and storage. It’s easier on your wallet, so you don’t have to spend extra money to buy cabinets and dressers.

3. Use the vertical space

Just like you mount your TV on the wall, you can also use the wall space cleverly for other things. For this we create so-called floating shelves. With a shelf like this, you can make the most of your wall space, but still feel more spacious thanks to its minimalist look. Best of all, it might cost you less than you think to make a shelf like this, and you don’t have to be a skilled carpenter to have a great shelf for your home.

4. Place the TV on the wall

Instead of worrying about a TV stand matching your furniture, mount your TV on the wall instead. It won’t catch on to the walls and you won’t have to buy another piece of furniture to put your TV on.

5. Use large area rugs

Using a large object in a small living space may seem like a backwards move, but a large rug that covers the entire floor gives the impression of more floor space. A small rug will divide the floor and visually make it appear smaller, so it is better to choose a large and light rug.

6. Hang the curtains and drapes as high as possible

A particularly inexpensive option for visually adding space to a small home is to hang the curtains almost completely below the ceiling, install the curtain rod with the curtain at a distance of about 3 inches from the ceiling. In this way, the windows will look bigger, and the room as a whole, will be more spacious.

7. Use all the room corners

In a small apartment not, a single inch should be wasted. Use the corners of the room to place functional objects such as corner cabinets. Corner cabinets may seem very expensive but search the Internet for a variety of guides to find out how to create the perfect corner cabinet for your home in a very simple task with your own hands. Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration and tutorials.

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