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7 apartments under 80m² you wish were yours

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Decorating the home is all fun and laughter (especially if you're the type to follow interior design trends), until you realize that you don't have that much space, that is. Well, your dreams of having a stylish home need not end there. With just a little know-how, you can easily transform your studio or three-room apartment. So, take on the challenge and discover seven fully furnished apartments no bigger than 80 square meters that you will want to copy ASAP.

1. Class and elegance in 70 square meters

Designer furniture, works of art, a valuable walnut wainscoting: In just 70 square meters this elegant apartment on the shore of Lake Maggiore manages to puu off a refined mix of classic and contemporary style. A particular detail you can copy: The combination of retro-looking black leather armchairs to that sectional white sofa.

2. 75 square meters built for families

The interior designers at HBSTUDIO created a functional and cozy apartment perfect for a couple with small children. What we found particularly interesting about this project is the large library that occupies the entire living area wall. If that is a little too ambitious for you to make on your own, you can also take cue from the apartment's kitchen by using an antique cabinet for additional storage. For the children's room, finally, it has chosen a white-painted steel that blends well with the environment. 

3. Studio à la Parisienne

Parisians are masters of style, not just in the way they dress, but how they design their houses as well. Most of their apartments may lack in space, but they always manage to create a space that is at once chic and comfortable. As seen on this project, the flat made the most of its few square meters by adopting a minimalistic style with that distinctive French touch. 

4. Two rooms of inspiration carioca

This carioca-style apartment is perfect for people who want to bring a bit of that bohemian-chic atmosphere for their home. In fact, every detail of this charming apartment is characterized by bright colors and sharp lines. However, the amazing thing about this apartmen, at least in our opinion, is that despite being a little on the maximalist side, everything comes together in harmony. 

5. Milan Design in 75 square meters

This 75 square meter apartment in Milan is by architect FABIO AZZOLINA. From scenic circular table in the dinning area to more discreet in the kitchen hanging lamps, each element is studied in detail. If you want to bring this chic Italian vibe to your abode, here's a little tip: Install some benches by the wall, which can serve as chairs!

6.Industrial style in 60 square meters

When we think of industrial, expansive warehouse spaces converted into trendy homes come to mind. But, what a lot of people don't know is that you can recreate this trend even if you don't have a lot of space. Just take a look at this 60 square meter apartment, featuring a contemporary decor that cleverly mixes modern design elements like the small stool in clear wood or fine anthracite kitchen.

7. 60 square meters full of light

The light is the star for this Catalan apartment! Thanks to that glass door that opens up to a terrace, light is able to enter the dining and kitchen area. You can totally do it too for your apartment if want to create a sunny atmosphere for your space.

Great attention was naturally paid to small terrace, which is the third room of the house. Install pots to the wall if you want to create a cheerful vertical garden for your small space.

Although small, the bedroom contains everything you need, including full-length mirror, also perfect to expand the perception of space.

This article was originally written by Anna Francioni for homify Italy

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