HOW TO MAXIMIZE EVERY INCH OF LIMITED LIVING SPACE

The Student Home Can Serve As A Great Guide If You’re Planning on Designing A Tiny Home

If you’re looking for some ideas for your tiny home design, here’s a few suggested you can take note of. A student housing project in Rotterdam, Holland was able to bring out the full potential of every inch of this small standard studio unit. One of the things they did was to make use of furniture with dual functionality, in other words, furniture that can function as another piece of furniture or more. Not only will this help in saving space but it will also help in minimizing costs when purchasing furniture.

The examples based on this student home is the merging of the sink and vanity, another is having the wardrobe designed to act as a staircase that leads to the suspended queen size bed. Another pointer to keep in mind is the use of sturdy materials like in order to ensure that the furniture with multiple functions can last and withstand the number of uses they will go through, especially as multi-functional furniture. In this case, bamboo was used for its durability and lightweight.

The challenge was to turn 15m2 into a complete student home. Complete means that this is fully equipped with a toilet, shower, vanity, kitchen, dining table, desk, couch, queen size bed and plenty of storage space. This has been made possible by using the entire surface that the small room has to offer.

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