If you live in an apartment, you probably feel trapped when it comes to design. Thus, especially if you’re limited by rental rules. Even if you rent or are short on space, you can still let your personality and style shine through. Hence, no matter your taste or budget. You don’t need to spend a fortune or hire a designer.
Even if your small apartment feels cramped, there’s no reason to let it cramp your style! We’ve all seen those tiny homes or compact apartments that somehow manage to feel open and inviting. You, too, can have a living room that feels more cozy than cramped.
These apartment living room ideas will inspire you to maximize your apartment’s potential. Also, make space your own, while still allowing you to get your deposit back!
Back To Black
Sometimes all it takes is one exceptional piece of furniture to inspire your entire room. A black velvet sofa makes a big, bold statement in an otherwise neutral room. Subtle pink and yellow accents add even more drama and interest.
Round Coffee Table
When it comes to decorating your living room, the right furniture can make all the difference. If you find yourself with a lot of floor space to fill, an oversized round coffee table is a great choice — they’re easy to decorate and extremely functional.
Accented In Teal
Few colors have the same appeal as teal. This bold, rich color can be incorporated into your living room with a teal side chair and matching throw pillows. Paired with neutrals and brass for an exceptionally rich design.
DIY Planter Wall
Plants are always a popular addition to a living space. They can even be used to make gorgeous green living wall art. You can use any number of indoor plants, but succulents are an easy-to-care-for, low-maintenance choice.
Fun And Funky
Liven up your neutral furniture and go bold with a colorful area rug. Match your living room accessories to some of the colors in your new rug to keep it coordinated. In this example, the colors of the throw pillows echo the colors in the rug.
Brighten up a small dark room, make your space feel bigger, and add a bit of drama by hanging a large gilded mirror over the sofa. Mirrors are very common, but a unique one can add personality to the whole room.