You may only have 50 square metres, or less, to play with but you want a stylishly chilled modern vibe. No problem. These two spatially challenged contemporary home interiors offer just the perfect spark of inspiration to get you started on your quest of quality over quantity. Take a look at how these two layouts overcome their limits by use of stylish furniture choices, cosy accents, and accessories that truly add a certain something to the compact space rather than just take away from it. We’ll also see a selection of lightly muted colour palettes that still have a good dose of oomph, because who said that small spaces have to be boring, right?

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Although all of these homes have a similar footprint of just 40 square metres or less, they showcase divergent decor for challenging small spaces. These compact apartment layouts have been expertly tackled by committing to bespoke fitted furniture designs and intelligent storage installations in each, but styling differs wildly. In our first featured home design, we’ll explore an uber chic interior that’s composed with white, black, wood and luxe gold. Home two is sweetened with layers of apricot and country style homey naturals. Then finally, we’ll round off the inspiring collection with a sharp black and white graphic theme that’s shocked to life with jolts of electric blue.

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Each measuring under 120 square metres, these three modern home designs use a base of fresh white and light golden wooden tone to build an uplifting homey vibe. We begin our trio of tours with a home that employs smooth caramel and smoky grey accents to bring added warmth and depth. Next comes a bold royal blue and bright orange accented space with a sense of youthful fun and energy. Last of all we’ll show you around a sophisticated home that’s stylishly decorated with mixed metals and burnt sienna infusions. Each tour is topped off with floor plans so you can drink up all of the inspirational details.

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When there’s not a lot of space to work with, putting the creative polish on interior design becomes all the more essential. Each square metre of space must be considered for storage and for style. It becomes imperative to pair back to what is relevant, and what negatively disrupts the sense of space. As we tour these four modern home designs under 40 square metres, it becomes clear that a sleek minimalist aesthetic is useful though not limiting in colour palette. We discover how the neoclassical style translates into compact living spaces and how even the tiniest living quarters can feel like a fresh summer holiday.

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