10 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Small Apartment Living Room With A Balcony

10 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Small Apartment Living Room With A Balcony

Small Apartment Living Room With A Balcony

While I am of the firm belief that the hottest interior trend of the moment is really just a bigger, more well-lit version of your standard, compact balcony, there are actually some fun ways to turn it into an actual getaway. Personally, the best thing about my current (extremely limited, hot summer) balcony setup is that it forces me to use the space in a different way than I ever have before. It's a little bit like stepping back in time, and it's working for me. I might even go so far as to consider this to be the future, now that I'm saying it out loud.

Even if you don't have a balcony like the one I am blessed with, I can guarantee you that there is a way you can make the most of any space in your apartment. That's why I've collected some of my best tips and tricks in this article — from cleaning hacks that you can perform in a few minutes that can be used in any space, to luxe storage solutions that make it easy to store away all your most-used items without investing too much time in organizing your space. Plus, after this year's royal wedding, I'm all about making all my interior space feel as special as possible. And I think a balcony might just be the way to do it.

1 Take A Closer Look At The Smaller Space Ahead Of Time Wayback Machines might be great for taking a nostalgic trip down memory lane, but they have a tendency to tell us everything we already knew. Take a look at your space, in particular your small space, before going ahead with this method, and see what's going to fit and what you're going to have to forgo. It's also a good idea to take stock of what you already have, and make sure you know exactly where you're going to store things.

2 Set Your Out Of Season Items Aside Into An Unopened, Lidded Storage Container One of the best ways to make the most of your small space is to utilize every inch of it. That's why putting your out of season items into an unopened, lidded container is a great way to make the most of space.

3 Invest In An Outdoor Organizer Make storage out of the indoors fun again with one of these outdoor storage solutions. They have a lot of natural light, so you can use them to make your balcony really feel like a patio.

4 Find A Spot For Your Wipes And Microfiber Detergent Professional-grade cleaning products can be expensive, so make sure you have a place to store all your cleaning products. This is especially helpful if you don't have a dishwasher.

Take A Closer Look At Your Grout For all the mortar you can spare, take a closer look at the grout in your home. Clean grout is an absolute nightmare. Grout works wonders, and doesn't cost a ton to clean, but it's also prone to moisture. If there's a water leak near the grout, the grout around it will also begin to disintegrate. And if the grout is bad, your floor will feel it.

5 Invest In Storage Solution That's Extremely Inexpensive, Yet Will Still Make All The Difference Amazon "You can't eat a storage unit!" was, without a doubt, the most out-of-left-field joke I could make in this article, and yet I totally believe it. If you want to maximize the space in your small home, you need to maximize storage. Seriously, you can take every non-essentials that you own, put them into one cabinet, and then when you need it, you can pull it out, open it up, and get to the important stuff that you actually do use. This might not be the most exciting storage method you're used to, but once you try it, you'll never want to go back.

6 Get A Storage Tablet You may not have a balcony with a killer view, but that doesn't mean you have to limit yourself to just the exterior. Get a tablet that you can watch movies on, draw with, or anything else you can do that involves a screen. This will make all the difference when it comes to a tiny home and the space it can afford.

7 Get Covered Panels For Your Bedroom A bedroom can be just as small as the rest of your apartment, so it's important to make the most of every inch. In order to make it feel a little bigger, put down a pair of double-wide bedsheets to cover the mattress. Make it a cool, comforting, and totally unique feeling.

8 Have An Outside Canopy To Keep Rain Out You can save money by using a small sheet hung outside your window. This provides enough privacy while still giving you shade.

9 Take Advantage Of The Window Space Not only do these floor lamps brighten up a tiny space, they're compact enough to store in your closet when you're not using them.

10 Create A Cat Bathroom And Hang Out In It When your kitten is just as tiny as the apartment you live in, it can be tough to give them enough room to do their business. Instead of leaving the whole room a mess, make sure to create a cat bath area. Get a litter box, a little bench for them to sit on, and even a spot to hang out so you don't have to worry about keeping an eye on them while you're in the kitchen.

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