Small space Big comfort zone

Small space Big comfort zone

Love the small

Some people may love small spaces, probably more than big spaces, which is probably the opposite of what most people like. The reason to love the small space is that they really see everything at the home from one area. You can be in bed or eating and everything is in one small space big comfort zone.

Small space Big comfort zoneJust remember that you need to function a couple different ways in this room.  You need to eat, you need to be able to watch TV, you need sleep, but it all doesn’t have to be the traditional way. And you would think you don’t have to have a bed against the wall and then the table against the other wall and so on.

You can actually have fabric panels that separate the different quadrants, which can literally hang a rod from the ceiling and just hang a panel of fabric or curtains, and you can section off for instance at the edge of your bed.  You can have a fabric panel so that stops your bedroom in essence and then you can have your kitchen table on the other side very small two-seater table.

 

On the kitchen zone, you can have a very small loveseat. And on the living room, you can have a comfortable little rug.

Getting more

Remember that because it’s a studio apartment, you can kind of get more luxurious and the items that you choose. Because it’s a small amount that you’re buying.

So spend a little more in a really comfortable rug. Spend a little bit more on the thread. Spend a little bit more on one great piece of artwork.  Count of your sheets. Even when you have the backsplash of a tile, you don’t have a lot of space that you have to cover. So get everything that you love. You’re just buying a small amount of it. It’s an opportunity instead of a roadblock.

Small space Big comfort zone

And that’s why some people love small apartments. They just think that studios small spaces will give them a great opportunity. The opportunity to really accentuate what they love and a bigger space doesn’t really give them that opportunity.

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Lindsay Johnson

I have more than 10 years of experience as a home designer and corporate communications. I'm a creative narrator with a passion for observing the good in everything and making others notice it, too. I'm prompted by my excitement to inspire and create pleasant, fun, sonorous content that people want to read and share.

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