Welcome design and decoration lovers!

Do you live in a small flat and need ideas to make the most of the available space? Don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place! In this article we will present you with some creative and practical ideas to optimise every centimetre of your home.

Multifunctional furniture: an excellent option for making the most of space is furniture that has more than one function. For example, a bed with storage space underneath, a folding table that doubles as a shelf or a sofa bed that can be used as a seat or an extra bed.

Functional walls: walls can be very useful if we know how to use them. Some options are shelves, hooks to hang objects, bars to hang clothes, among others.

Vertical organisation: take advantage of the height of your walls and use shelves, shelves and cupboards in height. This will allow you to have more storage space without taking up too much floor space.

Natural light: make the most of the natural light that enters your flat. Use light curtains or blinds that allow light to pass through and use light colours on walls and ceilings to reflect it and create a feeling of spaciousness.

Artificial lighting: in addition to natural light, it is also important to have good artificial lighting in your flat. Use floor lamps, wall sconces and spotlights in strategic places to highlight the areas you want to highlight.

Tailor-made furniture: if you have a particular space that you want to make the most of, you can have custom-made furniture made to fit your space and needs perfectly.

Divide and conquer: use partitions to separate spaces and create different atmospheres in your flat. You can use screens, shelves or curtains to create these divisions.

Lightweight materials: use light and translucent materials to create separations or divisions. For example, fabric curtains or glass shelves.

Hidden spaces: use sliding doors, movable panels and other systems that allow you to hide items when you don’t need them. This will allow you to keep your space organised and clutter-free.

Minimalism: use only what you need in your flat. Minimalism is a trend that is gaining more and more followers and is ideal for small spaces. Use only the furniture you need and avoid accumulating necessary objects.

We hope these ideas have been helpful! Remember that with a little creativity and organisation, you can make the most of the space in your small flat.

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