Make it functional:

One of the easiest ways to maximize your space is to buy furniture that serves multiple purposes: beds with storage drawers, ottomans that open to reveal storage space and armchairs that turn into twin beds, for instance. If you can imagine it, someone is likely making it — and that multipurpose piece may serve your small space well.

Choose the right color:

A simple method for making your small apartment look larger is to decorate with light colors. Use different shades of color to brighten things up, but always go with the lighter end of the spectrum. It’s also smart to limit yourself to two main colors and one accent color, so you apartment doesn’t look crowded. A simple black and white color scheme works wonders, as well.

Keep it clean

Speaking of feeling crowded by color, you also need to watch out for crowding by clutter. Smart storage is essential when decorating a small apartment, and knick-knacks should be kept to a minimum in a small space. Designate storage areas for items so you can easily put things away and maintain a clutter-free space. Paper can quickly get out of hand, so look for interesting ways to keep your bills out of sight in a unique home office.

Watch the scale

Finding the right furniture for a small apartment can be tough. Luckily, there are companies that make specialty furniture in smaller sizes perfect for apartment living. Choosing the right small-scale furniture can open up a entirely new way of decorating your place!

The main thing to remember when you are designing your small space decor is to have fun. Decorating a tiny space requires more creativity and gives you a chance to think outside the box, so to speak!