Shared spaces

Anya Jensen7th March 2017
If you want to live in the city, you sometimes have to comprise as some of the older apartment are not as spacious as you might like. Therefore, you have to think up smart solutions, and ingenious ways of making the space seem larger, by adding clever storage solutions. That task can be difficult, but I really love what they have done in this flat.
They have managed to have a separate bedroom, and a small room for their daughter by adding a ‘fake’ wall made of MDF and old recycled windows. The windows allow the light to continue to flow through, and both rooms are light and inviting.
Using upcycled windows to make a fake wall allows the light to flow through.  06_plads_til_nips
Making small built in shelves always gives you somewhere to put your accessories and stuff.
 On the other side, the storage unit works as bookshelves for their little girl.
 The clever use of paint, makes this room look far larger than 3 square meters.
I would love to start a project like this in my daughters’ bedroom. The so long for their own space as we discussed here and this solution could be the answer.
original article from here

Comments (3)

  • Mel

    9th March 2017 at 14:52

    This is a brilliant idea! Love the use of windows for a divider. Noted!! Mel x

  • Igor

    8th March 2017 at 00:20

    Well I can relate to this post – even though I have no kid here but the space issue and clever solutions are my daily routine:-)

  • ivanasworld

    7th March 2017 at 20:44

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