Imagination station: a small, budget-friendly apartment for two
Welcome into a one-bedroom apartment set up for a tight, urban-dwelling family unit. While it may have a tiny footprint, activities are packed into every corner of this home, making it a place to learn and grow together – all on a budget.
Storage for everyone, big and small
Clever use of vertical space – with low, open storage solutions in easy reach for kids – works well with wall units for grown-ups. Plus, there are places for the games, crafts and activities that everyone loves.
Make space for hobbies at home
Wall storage and shelving units transform a small work area from one that’s strictly used for jobs into a spot for creative hobbies, too. It’s been finished with accessories, comfortable seating and a whole lot of tools!
Flexible dining space for family time
The dining area sees plenty of action in a busy home. It’s a central hub for family and friends to play games, catch up and enjoy dinner together. But it’s also the perfect place for folding laundry, dropping bags or extra prep space at mealtime.
A smart hideaway for homework and sleep
With only one bedroom, carving out space for privacy is a challenge. It turns out a child’s sleeping quarters can live in surprising nooks and crannies – even a closet! When it comes to furniture, it’s all about multi-tasking pieces – like a loft bed – that will grow with kids year on year.
A bright, stylish bedroom with all the essentials
The motto here is: keep it simple. A modern, open wardrobe gives easy access to everything needed day to day. Light woods and a subtle, pared-back palette – accented with pops of bold pattern on hand-stitched cushions – help create a sanctuary for restful sleep, every night.
Keep the bathroom organised
When it comes to small space living, an all-in-one bathroom unit that combines storage with space for a washing machine and easy laundry organisation is a saving grace. Compact doesn’t have to mean chaos!
Your hallway star: the wardrobe
As with every area of this apartment, the hallway works a little harder. It’s an ideal place for wardrobes to store clothes and shoes that won’t fit anywhere else. Combined with shelves and drawers in awkward alcoves, plus hooks at different heights, everybody – big and small – can help themselves.