We have talk in the past about the "tiny house movement". In the context of ecological concern, the tendency for material and resource economy is increasing. Modern houses are shrinking, spaces are being integrated and becoming multifunctional.
Choose the right furniture
Reusable furniture offers the possibility of a space to serve more than one need.
Make use of the lighting
If you want to add a dose of variety to your space, be sure to use the lights strategically. For example, when your office is housed in the living room, each area should be able to be lit independently.
Design the layout smartly
A good interior designer is looking for the best options to make the most of any space, large or small, to its maximum potential. But we are not magicians. If there are limitations (such as the location of the sewer) that do not allow you to differentiate its use, even the best efforts and creative ideas fall into the void.
Use discreet colors
In a single, multi-purpose space, there is a risk that the room will often appear to be smaller than it is. However, the use of lighter tones on the walls and furniture can create a sense of spaciousness.
Emphasize on storage
When space is tight, arranging everything becomes a challenge. The solution is to take advantage of every possible corner and recess.