Interior Flat in Barcelona

The term flat derives from the Old English (via pre-German) “flett,” which denotes a house, hall, floor, plot of land. In the 1800s, a flat referred to the floor or part of a floor that was furnished as a dwelling. (There it is again, the synonym. These two just can not get out of each other’s way, just like Americans and the British.)

Since the United States is made up of immigrants from all over the world, and there were many people of German background at the time of its founding, one might think that “flat” might have had an influence. We are going to talk about interior flats in Barcelona.

How to design a small flat

When you live in a small house or flat, it is difficult to accommodate everything you need. Trying to accommodate everything and make it look bigger is more of a challenge, but that’s what makes designing small spaces so interesting: if you find smart solutions to these obstacles, you’ll end up with more work to do. Whether you live in a one-bedroom flat or want to make the most of a small space in a small house, you’ll be able to make the most of your space. With these interior design ideas for small spaces, you’ll feel much bigger while maintaining style. Here are some interior design ideas for a flat in Barcelona.

Incorporate Reflective Materials

Opt for white painted walls and glossy tiles, as the designer does for some apartments in an interior apartment in Barcelona. High-gloss materials are reflective and create the same maximum effect as a mirror, emitting light and creating an overall airing atmosphere.

Opt for Pocket Doors

Pocket doors with glass windows allow general light to flow through the room while creating separation. Even better, if not used properly, they slide into the wall and take up much less space than hinged doors.

Be Resourceful

If space is tight and you do not want to buy new and bulky furniture, use a chair as a side table and install sconces to save space. A cheerful color, like this bright turquoise, is a good idea to create a good mood in a small space.

Shrink Your Dining Table

Small round tables are not just for breakfast nooks. Forgo a huge dining table and instead treat yourself to a little more space by choosing a small, round dining table.

Use a Day Bed

Add a bed and watch your bedroom double in size. If you do not have a dedicated guest room, this can also come in handy in your living room.

Express Yourself Everywhere

Yes, even on the fridge – no, especially on your refrigerator and other bulky appliances. With limited space for extra items and even less space to store all your favorite items, you need to make everything look nice. 

Mount Your TV

The media console is the biggest waste of space in a small living room. Install your TV on the wall or above the fireplace and you’ll reclaim the space you need.

Take Advantage of Architectural Quirks

In a small house, every inch counts So take full advantage of architectural features – this way they will become your favorite thing about the space. The radiator by your window? Invest in a nice radiator grill and fit a pillow so you can use it as a window nook for studying and relaxing. (And you can forgo the big couch that takes up half the studio!) Put the pillows up and set up a hanging lamp to work with. It is so popular in interior flats in Barcelona.

Use Mirrors

This is the oldest design trick in the book: mirrors make your space bigger, brighter, and more comfortable. And a fun convex mirror like this one that does not take up too much space adds character to the room.

Convert a Closet

Designers have used highly intelligent storage solutions to make New York City apartments more functional. Among them is this compact “laundry room” in your closet. This way, you can close the door to these impressive items when you are not doing laundry.

Customize Storage

With custom built-ins, storage nooks, and furniture tailored to your needs, you can make the most of any available space. When they are part of the walls, you do not lose nearly as much valuable square footage. And the extra space under a bench is also helpful.