These beautiful living rooms prove that living in a small city apartment doesn’t always mean having to compromise great decor.
Living in the city can be a two edged knife. If, for once, you are close to everything that’s happening and there is never a boring day, on the other side, if you don’t make millions every year, that means your apartment is most likely under 100 square feet. However, the following small living rooms come to prove that with a little effort you don’t need to compromise between style and space, and stunning living rooms are possible to achieve!
This small living room stands out because of its exceptional attention to detail and color palette. The designer kept the color palette light, but contrasted it slightly in order to add depth and create the illusion of a bigger room. Also, a special shout out to the stunning yellow armchair!
If you really are short of space, arrange a small corner that will make your room feel comfortable and cozy. Get yourself a nice reading corner where you can snuggle up and read a nice book on a lazy Sunday.
If you live in a city apartment you know the struggles of having a small living room. Especially if you live in a rented apartment, you know that sometimes you can’t do a lot with your room. Like the example below, make the best of your room with a small arrangement of wall paintings, and a simple set of mid-century furniture.
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A scandinavian living room was also missing from our list. Keep your tones light and add a few splashes of color around the room with a couple of patterned pillows. If you have a window, don’t over clutter it with heavy curtains, or it will make the room feel dark and uninviting.
The last of our small living room ideas is this gray and light pink living room. We particularly love how it doesn’t feel small at all. The juxtaposition of light colors with light wooden furniture and a simple plant gives the room a feeling if lightness and openess.
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