As the years goes by, more and more people are looking for places to stay in the cities, thus, to accommodate these people, most residential and apartment buildings are cutting down spaces. Nowadays, more and more residential and apartment buildings are offering smaller places.
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A small space does not mean that you will lessen your comforts living in your own private adobe. If you will look back at the trends several years ago, most people prefer bigger spaces – bigger space to walk at, and bigger space for bigger furniture and appliances.
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Now, the trend is to be a minimalist, especially when it comes to your living room. No matter how small your space is, it will not limit you from being comfortable. Instead of using big, chunky sofa which will eat up most of your living room space, use a fully functional sofa bed which you can transform from a sofa during a day and a bed during the night. Instead of using a TV stand, why don’t you just set up your television on your room’s wall? The trick when it comes to designing your small living room is to avoid all the clutter and to use and maximize all of your room’s spaces.