Designers keep surprising us with their projects of extra small living spaces proving us every time that even a very tiny space can become a functional dwelling. Every time the dwellings get smaller and smaller, and today the apartment we are featuring is only 17.3-square-meters! This super small space was created by Fateeva Design for a student. The designers showed that even such a tiny space can become a dwelling, which has everything necessary.
The apartment has limited floor space but it accomodates a sleeping area, workspace, kitchen, and a bathroom without it feeling cramped. The functional areas line the perimeter of the unit leaving the center open for moving around. A neutral white paired with wood and black details keeps the overall design from feeling too busy. The raised bed houses storage underneath to make sure every square inch was utilized, and there’s a nightstand next to the bed.
The decor is kept simple and modern: neutral tiles, laminate flooring, white walls and simple plywood countertops, simple modern box-shaped shelves. The colors are restraint: grey, black, white and some wooden touches to make the space a bit masculine, and only in the entryway there’s a touch of neon yellow to enliven it a bit. There’s much task lighting here and there to make studying and reading in bed more comfortable. Get inspired and steal some ideas from this functional space!