This incredible small apartment (130 Square Feet = 16 square meters) in Paris just create a record among those ingeniously designed tiny cribs featured on Designswan. Converted from a former master bedroom, this micro-apartment has almost everything you need as a bachelor. Thanks to its high ceiling, architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet is able to create an elevated platform between the living zone and kitchen, which is not only effectively separate two functional area but also hide a sofa bed to accommodate inhabitants’ living needs. Moreover, you can fully hide the bed to create more space if needed. With all those creative and inspiring ideas, this tiny apartment has fully functional kitchen and bathroom, an eating area, a studying area and a living & sleeping area. The only thing seems missing for me is a wash machine but it is still hard to believe all the rest is only built on 130 Square Feet surface. Anyway, let’s enjoy the photos and get some inspiration of effective utilizing limited space.
The interior of your home is a chance for you to express interests, style and life experiences throughout, but only people you know well enough to invite into your house know what that looks like. There are others in your neighbourhood that aren’t lucky enough to know you that well, so they can’t see how you live at home, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make assumptions based on what’s outside.
Everything they see on face value gives them an impression of what you’re like, and there may be things you’re giving away that you didn’t expect. Everything from your car to how clean your bricks are can give the neighbours a clue of whether they’re keeping up with you or not.
Picking a sofa is a major decision… Dramatic? Possibly. True? Absolutely. Handing over a wad of cash for piece of furniture is not a small task and for this reason, it is imperative that the correct sofa is chosen just for you! Furnishing Homes knows this all too well and have devised this creative infographic detailing just how the styles have evolved over the decades, from quilted leather right up to soft L shapes; the legendary Lazy Boy even makes an appearance! Below shows some examples of the infographic, take a quick look for yourself!
On every Sunday, we feature a cool or modern or creative interior/product design we would like to share with you. They might talk about a general home design or focus at a specific area. After three years, we looked back at those posts and created a special list for those who are interested in making a cool and unique home. These ingenious home improvements run from architecture design to product design, cover designs for limited space and budget to some pretty luxurious request. Take a look a the list and hope it will give you some inspiration of how to make a cool and dream home.
1. Space-Saving Suspended Bed
If you have limited space but still want to live in a quality life, rather than a pull-out sofa, a suspended bed like below is a good alternative.