Create the illusion of space by combining furniture for a small room
Your bed and storage areas (cupboards, shelves, etc.) might serve very different purposes on their own, but when put together like in the picture below, they can actually work to give you more space when you’re dealing with small apartment living.
Small closet arrangement
Dictating invisible (or visible!) dividers in your closet can help to give off the impression that you’re organised and efficient. You can do this by employing the assistance of closet drawers and storage containers. On top of this, separating your clothes by colour proves to be aesthetically pleasing and easy on the eye!
Makeshift study corners and split room ideas
Using a shelf to create barriers in your room can not only be an interesting statement piece, but it can also ensure that your study materials and bedroom knick-knacks stay apart.
It is truly the idea of keeping things minimal as you won’t have to waste space on an entire room for studying or sleeping — simply combine them.
Multi-purpose drawer to avoid clutter in the bathroom
Store your toiletry essentials in a multi-purpose drawer to deal with the annoyances of small apartment living! It is all too easy to create a mess in your bathroom with countless soaps and dirty clothes, so keep it neat by hiding it away in one place.
Matching organisational storage
Nothing suggests that you’re organised better than matching storage cases to keep your belongings out of sight (and out of mind)! Minimalism is all about survival of the fittest, but it’s not so simple to just purge everything you own.
Instead, stow them away into adorable compartments — like the wicker baskets shown below.
Space-saving minimalist cabinets
Big hidden storage on the right side, build in oven, simplicity…clean..
When you’re making the best of what you have in a tiny apartment, space-saving is an essential skill to ensure you maintain a minimalist lifestyle as well as an aesthetic one.
Cabinets like the ones pictured below are perfect for visually appealing storage.
Keeping your kitchen necessities in one place can be great for time-efficiency. A fridge-plus-pantry combination is handy and makes sense, ensuring you can create a perfectly organised apartment while also saving the most space you can.
Under the stairs storage
The space underneath the staircase can become the most underutilised part of a small apartment! Except, it’s actually perfect for hiding away the possessions you can’t have on display.
You can even spice it up by fitting a shelf underneath to make things stylish and on trend with the minimalist idea.
Washing up corner
In order to give off the impression that your apartment is minimalist and clean, it is important that you keep everything in their designated sections. For example, create a washing up corner! This would include the washing machine and dryer, as well as plain baskets to store any clothes and towels.
It’s one of the easiest ways to stay organised and efficient.
Build-in Wall Shelf
As said before, minimalism is all about saving space. From bathrooms to kitchens, built-in wall shelves can help you do exactly that by storing your items out of harm’s way and inside the walls itself! On top of that, it’s compact, neat and even aesthetically pleasing.