Designing a small home is probably ten times as difficult as doing an elaborate and spacious home. One of the biggest challenges you face is that of space. Not only do you want a pretty home but it is important to include designs which are functional and those that cleverly include storage space as well. here, this lovely little one-bedroom apartment has been converted into a two-bedroom home by including smart and attractive design ideas. The interior designers and decorators of ELEVATE LIFESTYLES, Mumbai have created a simple and stunning home.
A simple view of the home is given when you await your entry into this tiny yet beautiful home. The interesting pattern on the wall which holds the name of the house is unique and striking.
As the main door opens, the home that is visible presents a pretty picture. The long passageway presents a dainty and clean picture.
It is important to design the passage in a way that you find interesting and simple things all along the way. A wall has been used to put forward beautiful collectibles and pictures.
What can be more attractive than this cute dining corner? Two bar chairs adorn the corner dining table which is an extension of the kitchen. This provides a different look at the kitchen is open as well.
The soft and light colours used for the sitting room give the room an open and airy appearance. The wall opposite the dining nook has been designed as an accent wall. The stone used matches the tone of the house.
A simple table top has been created using fibreglass for the wall that separates the kitchen and the sitting room. Small spaces are easier to maintain and design in this case.
This wonderful kitchen is perfect for a modern family. With all gadgets being included in the design, there seems to be nothing lacking in this space.
Simple designs elevate the room into something beyond itself. Here, a small room looks beautiful thanks to the minimalistic approach that has been used. Wooden borders and shelves that match the wardrobes provide synchrony that is required.
The wardrobes seem to match the wood colour that has been used all around the home. By using a consistent theme of colours, the designers have been able to keep the home from looking cluttered or cramped.