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A Clever Small Space Solution For a Bedroom or Home Office

Homes come in all shapes and sizes and sometimes you need to get a little creative to accommodate that extra bedroom or home work space! And I love what the owners have done with this small, 44 m2 (473 f2) Stockholm apartment. Using reclaimed wood, upcycled windows and doors, they've cordoned off part of the living room to form a master bedroom.  The windows ensure natural light still flows through to the bedroom - and yet the space still feels cosy and private. All in all, a lovely, unique idea! Oh, and check out the blue shade too - 'deco blue' by Jotun Lady has a similar calming tone. 







I love how the doors open right out to give the space a light and airy feel. 


Such a clever solution! 

I see that there are curtains in the sitting room which can be drawn at night, but I'd also consider black out blinds in the bedroom area too, just to make sure you get an extra good shuteye. What do you think?

Do you have an awkward space in your home that you're trying to puzzle out? 

In my parents home, where I'm currently staying (see below), the third bedroom used to be accessed via the second bedroom. Mum was always worried that taking away a section of the second bedroom to build a corridor would make the second room feel too cramped - but eventually they took the plunge and I have to say, it's worked amazingly. The second bedroom still feels fine and it's great to have separate access to the third bedroom rather than creeping passed someone snoring away! 

If you fancy checking out the entire tour - it's still available here

Niki

Thank you SO much for all your lovely comments, I've read all of them and your words feel so comforting. Unfortunately, we didn't receive the results we wanted and I have prolonged my stay at my parents' house to be with my Dad. However, I'd love to continue coming here daily to blog, but do bear with me if I disappear for a few days! 

Photos: Svenskfast found via Planete Deco with thanks

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  1. So sorry about your dad. Take care of yourself and your family, and of course we all will understand if you disappear from the blog for a while. Real life must take priority at times.
    And yes, I have an akward space to puzzle out. Our guestroom/wardroberoom/home office/random storage space: How to make all those things work in one room, but still be able to keep it as a nice room that we ourselves can use as an extra living space? Our house is only 88m2 (not including our bedroom which is not counted as it has a sloping roof and therefore not officially part of our floor space) so an extra living space would be lovely.

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  2. may the light you share be reflected back to you in your current situation.
    peace and blessings on you and your loved ones

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  3. The whole apartment is amazing. Genius use of space and colour, from the kitchen to the bedroom. And the building is well kept and beautiful too. love it.

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  4. Such an amazing space. Like how they have separated the bedroom with the old doors and glass.

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  5. Wishing your Dad a speedy recovery!

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