Welcome to the world of modern apartment interiors less than 40 square meters in size. This collection of modest home ideas features three distinct color schemes. It’s a bright, multipurpose area with a clean white, pale wood, and modest copper décor. With a primarily neutral palette, coral and primary yellow appear unexpectedly in home number two’s interior. Green and white are the dominating colors of this home design, softened with a dash of casual country flair, making it feel more like an extension of the family. They all have clever layouts that will excite anyone with a tight area.
Gallery for Three Modern Apartment Interiors Under 40 Square Meters (With Layouts)
Next in this trio of small home tours is this 28 square metre apartment in St.Petersburg, Russia. A neutral white, grey and pale wood tone background receives unexpected pops of coral and primary yellow, like this cheerful shelf tower behind the small side table. | Visualizer: Studio Open.
All unnecessary furniture, accessories and accents were eliminated from the home design to achieve the most simplistic and airy living space possible. All except one art print in the bedroom. You can find these minimalist stye love themed art prints here. | 12 |.
The kitchen equipment, including a refrigerator, washing machine, and a boiler are hidden behind a wooden facade that pushes back into the bathroom unit on the left here. There is also a pantry in there, as well as a wardrobe and other storage. | 5 |.
The transparent glass wall bedroom also maintains the complete panoramic view, a plus point of the apartment. The minimalist living room holds a modern sofa that skims the bottom of the windows so as not to obstruct the sweeping window view. Its pale colour blends the seating quietly with white walls. | 2 |.
On our first tour, we look around the interior of a 36 square metre apartment in a residential complex, located in Odessa, Ukraine. This bright and multifunctional space is made up by four distinct zones, which is a glass wall bedroom, a lounge, kitchen diner, and of course a bathroom. The transparency of the bedroom wall helps the small living quarters to feel more spacious, open and light, fulfilling the maximum potential of the floor area. | Designer: M3 Architects.