When you live in one of the bigger cities like London or Birmingham space can be at a premium and the trade-off for living there is a smaller flat or house. Just because your space is small doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of it. Maximizing your small space so it doesn’t look crowded or cluttered isn’t as hard as you might think. One of the secrets to making your small space look roomier is by using fitted furniture. Let us show you how you can make it work for you.
Create Defined Spaces
One thing about smaller spaces is they tend to be open concept and there are no defined areas. The kitchen, front room and dining area are all one big room. Fitted furniture allows you to define each area as you need it.
No Wasted Space
Space is at a premium and the last thing you want to do is waste any of it. Every inch needs to be considered so things are arranged properly and your space doesn’t end up getting cluttered. Fitted furniture can help you to manage small spaces without wasting any valuable space. Free standing furniture comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and that doesn’t necessarily work with your flat. Fitted furniture is often custom made and fits perfectly with your space.
More Than One Purpose
Most fitted furniture serves more than one purpose, for instance you may have storage space under your bed or the sofa. Tables also hide storage space underneath since space is hard to come by. Built in shelves can augment weird architectural features like sloping ceilings or indents in the wall space. The furniture isn’t just there to be decorative but they also serve a purpose. Here is a look at furniture that serves more than one purpose.
Your Own Design
Custom made fitted furniture allows you to get creative and establish your own style. You can still use decorative accent pieces to add splashes of colour throughout your home. Fitted furniture makes your home look warm and cosy because everything fits in your space the way it is supposed to. You can create something that is uniquely your own while looking absolutely amazing at the same time. Small spaces aren’t the death knell to good interior design, in fact it is the opportunity to create some inspiring results.