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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Around 46 square meters (500 square feet) of space set the challenge for these three unique small home plans. Despite limitations, the modern trio set the bar high for style and small space innovation. We visit a light flat with an integrated kitchen island/dining table design and one storage packed bathroom. In contrast, we’ll tour a dramatic graphite abode with punchy blue furniture accents. A loggia and glass wall bedroom design deliver shared natural light solutions through the dark decor. Finally we’ll walk through an interior with a layered approach to colour and pattern, featuring an array muted green and blue elements and expanses of geometric pattern.

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70 square metres of interior space begin the brief for these three fresh home designs, but the final results are very different stories. First off, a high ceilinged apartment has been converted from a single level living space to a double story home with bold Scandi colour. Next up, we discover a high-end interior where gold elements flood a unique bedroom design that features a luxurious tufted reading nook. We complete the collection of 70 square metre homes with a smoky grey abode filled with light wood accents and a sophisticated soul. Oh, and we’ve thrown in all three awesome apartment floor plans to boot. You’re welcome!

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These homes make the most of their compact layouts – each one is smaller than 50 square meters in size, yet packs an abundance of unique personality. Whether you’re dreaming of a small home to call your own, or just want to make the most of what you already have, these spaces demonstrate how creative constraints can lead to inspiring breakthroughs. In fact, many adventurous souls who could otherwise afford spacious abodes are opting for a more streamlined lifestyle by choosing cozy apartments like these. It goes beyond practicality – the tiny home movement is part minimalism, part environmentalism, and part genuine curiosity. Use these ideas next time you need to spruce up a small space.

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