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Lookbook - Small Space, Big City

May 6th, 2016

Small Space, Big City

How to make the most of your space, no matter how small!

Lately, it seems the bigger the city, the smaller the apartments, which can make furnishing a space a very challenging process. Yet no matter how small the space, sacrificing on style should never be an option. Here are our stylish solutions for making the most of a small space:

DOUBLE DUTY.

Choosing furniture that fulfills more than one role is crucial when looking to maximize space. A shoe cabinet that acts like an entryway table, like our Ciao, is a great space-saver and will keep your entrance clutter-free.  Moreover, choosing furniture that you can easily manoeuvre and even wheel away is ideal for small spaces. Not only is it much easier to clean, you can also quickly clear the room and use it for a different purpose.

Bookcase City

Bookcase City is ideal for small spaces

WHEN IN DOUBT, GO WHITE.

It’s a well known fact that dark walls can shrink a space while white walls create a feeling of openness, and the same rule applies to furniture! For an airy apartment that doesn’t feel cramped, keep your furnishings light and bright. A sofa in a pale tone, like our Gramercy, is a beautiful and fresh alternative to the common charcoal sofa.

Gramercy sofa

The pale tone of Gramercy sofa is a fresh alternative to charcoal sofa

A-ROUND THE TABLE.

A round dining table like our Eiffel is a great solution for compact or awkward spaces. The curved edge allows for more room to manoeuvre in a tight space, and will liberate more room for any other furniture you might need, like a sleek buffet for additional storage.

Eiffel dining table and Eiffel wooden chair

Eiffel dining table and Eiffel wooden chair

STRUT YOUR STUFF.

If you are left without any drawer and cupboard space, why not try to display your belongings? Save your drawers and closets for things that need to be stored, like cleaning products and clothes, and put on show tasteful items like books, candles, jewelry and vessels. These will add interest and personality to your home. Win-win.