Introduction: My Small But Spacious Room!
Welcome to my improved room!
I took the title of this contest quite literally and created a whole house in one room! This space can serve as an apartment, a bedroom, or a tiny house!
This is an improved room because it has all of the amenities of a regular home, but in a 310 square foot blueprint!
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Step 1: The Kitchen
This kitchen is spacious and stylish, with plenty of storage. The island doubles as both a table and as a cabinet, and the appliances are customized in a bright marigold that is complimented by light purple stools. A gray area rug ties the space in with the bedroom area as well as with the countertops!
Step 2: The Living Area
The living area is a bright and roomy space. Many beautiful colors keep the area vibrant and tied in with the rest of the house. I made sure to compliment the yellow with light purple, which also pairs beautifully with the bright white walls and finishes! There is plenty of lighting throughout the house and the fixtures keep the space modern and clean.
Step 3: The Bathroom
As we venture into the other areas of the room, curtains keep areas distinct and private. To follow the rules of this contest, I used these curtains as room dividers.
The bathroom remains spacious while still compact. Yellow continues to liven up the room by appearing on the windows and appliances. A corner shower completes the area!
Step 4: The Bedroom
The bedroom is cozy and comfortable with bright colors. I introduced a deep purple accent wall to compliment both the dark gray and the light yellow. An orange accent chair adds more seating to the room while creating a comfortable sitting area!
Step 5: A One Room Wonder!
My main purpose for designing such a small room was to show readers that large spaces can be unnecessary. This room is small, but it's also very livable!
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Third Prize in the
Improve Your Room Youth Design Challenge