How to Maximise Apartments With Less Than 600 sq ft Space

How to Maximise Apartments With Less Than 600 sq ft Space

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Sep 24, 2018
Why you should care

Compact apartments and condominiums can be turned into practical and functional spaces using carefully crafted layouts and creative space-saving methods. These Malaysian homes prove that you can achieve so much with so little space.

Apartments are now becoming smaller and smaller as real estate prices soar. It can seem daunting, walking into a space smaller than 600-sq. ft. and thinking about calling it home. Enter these Malaysian homes that prove you can do just that.

Featuring trendy and stylish interior design ideas coupled with nifty space saving techniques, these local homes show you how small homes is the new black.

Equipped with a murphy bed, this 450-sq ft unit was perfectly curated to give the homeowner separate and functional spaces that give the illusion of a bigger home. The interior designer opted for a muted colour scheme so as to not overwhelm the unit.

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A place for everything and everything in its place best describes this condominium unit that features wall storage in various areas of the home. The minimalist décor and storage solutions help keep the small space bright and breezy.

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This modern and industrial themed home features gorgeous display units that bring the space to life. The homeowner turns her everyday items into décor by opting for open shelving; no better way to flaunt a shoe collection!

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The interior designer made the most of this 350-sq ft apartment by sectioning out the space into its various “rooms” without the use of partitions. To create more depth and give the space character, the homeowner opted for bold geometric shapes on the walls.

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Bold colours and geometric shapes have a way of making small spaces look spacious and fun. The contrasting colours in this home will help take your attention away from how small the apartment interior is.

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Compact living spaces require proper organisation and an effective colour palate in order to make the unit feel less stuffy and cluttered. The light hues and mirrored walls in this condominium help provide depth and space.

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Dark colours don’t necessarily make a small home feel like a closed box. In the instance of this home, the dark hues evoke comfort and cosiness.

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Featuring a modern theme, this 600-sq ft condominium show unit was transformed into an Instagram-worthy space. Homeowners can easily replicate this unit, just as long as no one takes on the glass bathrooms.

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Solid partitions can make already small spaces feel cramped and stuffy. A good alternative is this  display and storage unit that separates the zones while keeping the space uncluttered.

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With only 446-sq. ft. this apartment was transformed into a modern contemporary living space. Using materials such as stone, leather, wood, and creative wallpapers; this home balances function and form, creating a one-of-a-kind space.

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Need professional help turning your unit into your dream home? Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive free consultations from Malaysian interior designers.

You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

Compact apartments and condominiums can be turned into practical and functional spaces using carefully crafted layouts and creative space-saving methods. These Malaysian homes prove that you can achieve so much with so little space.

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