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Apartment Design: Everything about making that small space look good.

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Posted by7 hours ago

Hi all

I’m sharing a small 1br with someone. The unit has a tiny closet in the br and a walk in closet near the bathroom. What are your tips for making space for clothing?

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外围体育投注 (estimated furniture sizes, and I've since purchased a smaller desk so the desk is oversized in this illustration.) The cable jack is on the north wall, and the TV is hooked up to the computer. Most of the east wall is taken up by the sliding glass doors, so I can't place anything along that wall without blocking that off, and the west "wall" isn't a wall at all, just the border of an area I want to keep clear so I can walk through it. So, in other words, without running cables all over the place or blocking the sliding doors electronics have to be on the north wall, which forces seating to the south wall.

外围体育投注I'm not a huge fan of the futon. My former roommate gave it to me when we parted ways. It's very thinly padded, and I want something I can relax and lounge on. I would also very much like something that allows me to recline instead of laying all the way down, so it's likely going to be either a recliner or a reclining loveseat or couch.

外围体育投注The problem is, the couch I'm considering ( )is 90 inches wide. (There is a loveseat, but it's only 8" narrower and replaces the center seat with a console that prohibits laying on the couch.) After playing around in a room setup app, , but I'm concerned that the couch is going to overcrowd the living room. (On the bright side, it also means I could put a cat tree back behind the couch....)

So... second opinions?

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Posted by1 day ago

Moving to a relatively small NYC apartment and the room becomes much larger if I turn the bed sideways. My questions is will I physically be able to fit the bed frame in that space with only 2 inches of wiggle room?

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Posted by4 days ago

外围体育投注1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, balcony etc.

I need to make sure I can fit in my work area as I will be working from home, but I want to make sure I have a space to eat.


I was thinking of prioritizing the desk size and placing it up against the bay window, with a smaller pub style table somewhere else for eating. That would leave the only space for it in the walkway between the kitchen and the living room. Sounds inconvenient.

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Posted by5 days ago

外围体育投注Just moved to my own first apartment! Large blank wall in the living room I’d love to have large peonies for wallpaper but I’m wondering if big print would be too much on a large wall? Should I go with smaller print?

外围体育投注Thinking about something like the below. The rest of my decor is pretty simple.

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Posted by6 days ago

Hey! So I'm moving into my first apartment soon *squeals in excitement* however, I'm just realizing how much wood trim there actually is. With the building being so old, painting it is not happening according to my landlord. I would push for contact paper but I worry that with it being old wood sitting underneath something so sticky, it may damage the quality of the wood when it's removed.

So I've been brainstorming putting another layer of something underneath the contact paper like aluminum? Or some kind of barrier that would mold to the wood but act as a barrier between the wooden surface and contact paper? I can't find any substitutes so far so any suggestions would be appreciated!

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Posted by7 days ago

外围体育投注Hi! My apartment has a very nice little balcony that I want to personalize. It's kind of small, so it doesn't have room for a ton, but I could fit a few chairs and a small table. Are there any other ideas on how to make it look stylish outside of the furniture, or any favorite pieces of patio furniture you'd recommend? Maybe even any sites that often have good deals for patio furniture?

Thanks!

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