Modern life has forced us to live in smaller spaces, and the design of multi-purpose rooms is an innovative solution to this issue.
Today, we've compiled a list of ideas for building multi-purpose spaces, including using space-saving interior design methods and clever multi-functional furniture.
A partition allows visual isolation without making your room feel smaller or blocking natural light. Perforated partitions are more substantial and have more visual impact than curtains.
2. Create Zones with Rugs
Rugs are another way to build zones inside an open concept area. Rugs build a zone that helps to differentiate each "space." They're also a perfect way to put in some color, texture, and pattern to your home!
3. Use colour to separate spaces
Create a niche space for a special function such as the study room by using colour to separate it from the rest of the room.
4. Optimise corners
Corner shelving is a great way to make the most of your room. A floating desk with the ability to fold away would be perfect, and the chair could later be used as an accent chair.
5. Foldable furniture
The guest bedroom is normally the space that gets the least amount of use. Instead, with a few adjustments, it can be used as a multi-purpose space.
Having the foldable bed right into the wardrobe leaves free space which can be used for other purposes.
6. Add cabinetry to your multipurpose room.
Cabinets are multi-functional and stylish additions to any space. And if you plan to transform your room to a completely different form of space in the future, built-in styles add value to it.
Effective design is all about efficient use of space and minimizing clutter. So it is no wonder that the above design ideas can help you get more from your existing space.
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