Living in one room can have its challenges — especially when you're not much of a minimalist. When Nor Toma moved into this Stockholm apartment, which measures less than 25 square meters (269 square feet), she had lofty visions of an all-white, uber-minimal space.
If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed. It's a winning idea that transformed this 193 square foot studio in Stockholm into a one bedroom duplex —see the cozy living room.. But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size.
Living in one room means you have little space and being tidy is the best thing. 4 Paint the room. If you have the option of new paint, it is the fastest way to improve the look of a room.
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How to Live As a Family in One Bedroom. If circumstances force you to live in a one bedroom house with your family, things can get tough. Here are some tips and suggestions to keep you sane and organized. Do not have excess possessions. Do
How to Make a One Bedroom Apartment Work for a Family. Most parents rise before their kids and go to sleep after them (on good days, that is). When this is the case and size is at a premium, making a living room that doubles as a parent's bedroom can make a ton of sense, eliminating the need for an extra bedroom without much sacrifice in privacy.