Why you should care

You don’t need to have a big home to flaunt your style. With property prices rising and floor space decreasing, these Malaysian homes prove that you can make small spaces look stylish while remaining functional.

Don’t let your small space stop you from having your dream home. With the help of interior designers and creative space saving tricks, you can have everything you want in your home.

Check out these Malaysian homes that feature less than 1000 sq. ft of floor space.

This condominium unit has bright colours, conducive lighting, and great space planning. The interior designer also added mirrors to the feature walls to give the illusion of depth.

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With Asian and contemporary influences, this 800 sq ft home gives off a bright and airy feel. The minimal décor also makes the unit seem more spacious.

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450 sq. ft may seem impossible to turn into a living space but these interior designers specialise in creating gorgeous homes in small spaces. Equipped with murphy beds, a foldable dining table, and floor to ceiling storage, this home hits the mark!

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You wouldn’t believe how this 700 sq ft unit can transport you to Japan. Heavily influenced by traditional Japanese homes, this space features wood platforms, shoji paper as partitions, and minimal décor.

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This insta-worthy Airbnb in Bukit Bintang took on an industrial theme with warm hues to create a welcoming space.

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Located in Ara Damansara, this stunning modern contemporary condo unit flaunts trendy lighting and décor pieces that upgrade the minimalistic space.

If you want your space to look bigger than it is, take some cues from this home. The interior designer made sure to make use of natural light and accented the space with white décor and furniture in order to make the home seem bright and spacious.

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Got a hobby that you’d like to incorporate into your home? Check out how this adventurer and collector fused their love for the outdoors into their 800 sq ft home.

Who says you need a big home to live in a lux space? This condominium unit boasts an Asian contemporary theme with a flair for luxury. We love how the décor and layout gives off an air of class and sophistication.

All 800 sq. ft of this apartment unit was transformed into the ultimate bachelor pad that features a darker colour palate for ambience and clutter-free furnishing that will make cleaning a breeze!

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Just because you have a small space, it does not mean that you should shy away from dark colours. This unit shows how you can balance out dark hues with bright tones to create an overall welcoming and airy space.

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You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

You don’t need to have a big home to flaunt your style. With property prices rising and floor space decreasing, these Malaysian homes prove that you can make small spaces look stylish while remaining functional.

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