Creative alternatives to hotels have brought a defining fresh style to those looking for accommodation in places hotel chains have neglected. London’s Richmond Bridge prides itself with an inviting collection of original features adorned with carefully selected bespoke furniture and showcasing an eclectic combination of colors, textures and materials. A historic vicar residence revamped to suit the needs of a perfected comfortable lifestyle welcomes guests with its surprising look created by the dedicated interior designer owning and loving this place, alongside her five family members. Richmond Bridge in London constructs a welcoming atmosphere around its guests, offering exceptional moments for visiting families. An open kitchen, elegant dove grey sitting room complete with fireplace, naturally lit dining room, a study space, TV room, games room and playroom for the kids, 7 luxurious bedrooms, a nursery and 5 bathrooms compose a stunning collection of spaces all gathered in this spectacular historic building. The luxury holiday house is surrounded by a garden tempting guests to enjoy the fire pit, sunken trampoline and green landscape, then hurry back inside to enjoy the comfort of a detailed design.
When you walk through the door of your small apartment, do you feel that your space is as inspiring as the ones featured in our post 30 Best Small Apartment Design Ideas Ever Presented on Freshome? If not, this is the post for you. We’ve gathered dozens of examples of space-saving furniture for your small apartment to enhance your living space, organize your belongings and give your home the modern edge you’re after. We also have some ideas for color accents to make your space your own. Before you add any furniture to your small apartment, take a weekend to organize and clear your place. Go through your closets and cabinets, and donate or discard anything you don’t need or haven’t used for some time. Once you’ve sorted all your stuff, give your apartment a fresh paint job or a good wall and surface scrub to freshen it up. Starting with a blank canvas is liberating. Now it’s time to personalize!
A small apartment can easily look cluttered. Storage is often limited, and items without a home end up in piles on the floor and every other surface. Visible storage solutions like boxes, jars and baskets often add to the clutter problem. The solution is hidden storage. Hiding life’s necessities behind doors or other clever cover-ups gives your apartment a clean, minimalist feel. It also lets your favorite design elements — a sofa, a piece of art, a great view — be the star of the show.