Tips to design the interior of your dream condo

Tips to design the interior of your dream condo

When it comes to buying a condo, you put a lot of thought into it. First, there are the important considerations such as budget and neighbourhood location. Another factor that can influence your final decision is the amenities that are included.
However, once you’ve signed the dotted line and moved into your condo, your focus will quickly shift to home design. Don’t be concerned if interior design does not come naturally to you.
Tall Property has assisted thousands of people in purchasing their dream condo. Today, we’re going to share our best tips for the best interior design tricks.

Here are 11 steps to help you achieve your dream condo design, in no particular order.

1. Pick a theme

First and foremost. You must consider your lifestyle and personal preferences. What colours, furniture, and overall layout would suit you best?
After all, this is your home. As a result, it’s critical that your new living space accurately reflects your personality. A condo is much more than a showroom for others to admire – it is your own personal living space.
If you’re not sure what theme to go with, it’s best to keep things neutral. With a simple colour scheme, there is plenty of room to add feature walls, colours, or pieces later on. However, if you begin too strong or chaotically, you may come to resent the space.
Making a mood board is a good idea. By gathering various colours and swatches, you can begin to visualise whether your theme will work together and in the space where it will be used.
Instagram and Pinterest, for example, provide an endless supply of free inspiration. Always remember to consider the actual room before deciding on a scheme. That way, you can be certain that the colours will complement the light and space available.

2. Maximize the available space

One of the most significant advantages of owning a condo is that they are spacious and open plan. They may, however, be limited in terms of actual floor space. As a result, it makes sense to plan how you will use the space to maximise the value of your condo.
While furniture and accessories are necessary in any home, resist the urge to overdo it. A cluttered condo will reduce the amount of living space available to you. It can make the rooms appear cluttered and uninviting from a design standpoint.

To maximise the available space, choose your furnishings wisely. Begin with a blank canvas and only add what you require. It’s a good idea to have a clear out before moving in if you find you have too much furniture.
Also, resist the urge to stuff small spaces with junk! To keep things balanced, always consider your overall interior design.

3. Don’t forget curtains

Curtains serve several functions in a condo. They keep light out, allowing for a restful night’s sleep. They also provide privacy, especially if your condo has neighbours who look in through your windows. When it comes to interior design, curtains can also add a stylistic touch to the decor of your room.
Curtains in a condo have the added benefit of making the space feel more homey. While blinds are functional, curtains add a luxurious touch that will make your condo feel more like a home than an office.

Floor-to-ceiling curtains also add a contemporary touch. The good news is that curtains come in a variety of materials, textures, and prints, so there is something for everyone.

4. Consider using wallpaper

When it comes to interior design, paint is frequently used. However, don’t overlook wallpaper.
Wallpaper is available in a variety of prints and finishes. Whether you wallpaper an entire room or just a feature wall, you can make a big statement and add personality to your condo.

Wallpaper has the added benefit of being excellent for insulation. Wallpaper, as opposed to paint, helps to keep the heat in the room. So, if you notice a cold spot in your condo or small apartment, consider switching to wallpaper instead.
You can even get photography-based wallpaper these days. Perhaps you could have the Toronto skyline painted on the wall of your living room? Even if you prefer a tropical print, wallpaper provides an infinite number of options for your interior design.

5. Multi-purpose furniture

Space is of the essence in a condo. Choosing multi-purpose furniture is one simple way to avoid this problem. Particularly in small living spaces!
A dining table that also serves as a workspace is one example. Or a couch that also doubles as a bed. Even if this is only for guests, it is far more convenient than storing an inflatable bed in a cupboard or having an actual bed in the spare room.
Storage is another important feature to look for in your furniture, especially if you live in a small apartment. Everything from built-in shelves beneath your coffee table to drawers beneath your bed is possible.

Choosing multi-purpose furniture does more than just keep your condo clean. It also saves you money, especially when you don’t need as many storage units or shelves. With multi-purpose furniture, you can keep things simple, tidy, and under budget. This is especially important for small spaces.

6. Experiment with Geometrics

Adding clever optical touches is a simple way to transform your condo from bland and boring to sophisticated and stylish. Geometrics is one such simple-to-implement trend. Simply put, these are simple geometric shapes in the form of accessories or even prints.
Geometrics is a fascinating interior design style because it is both simple and effective. If your previous home had clunky, dated furniture, switching to a geometric style will instantly update your interior design. Even small details, such as accessories, can help to create a stunning focal point in the room.

7. Use your wall space wisely

When you add up the total amount of space in your home, the walls of your condo are the largest area. So it stands to reason that how you use your walls can have a significant impact on your interior design. Particularly if you own a small condo!
Trying to decide what colour to paint your walls or even what to hang on them can be difficult. If you’re unsure, the best advice is to keep things simple at first. Rather than being a tedious approach, it allows you to determine whether anything is missing or if you’ve already added too much.
Mirrors, for example, can make a small entrance way appear larger. For kid’s rooms, practical touches such as adding shelves is a great interior design tip.

Another intriguing trend is biophilia, which is all about connecting with nature. Did you know that we spend 90% of our time indoors on average? By adding plants to your wall space, you can easily incorporate biophilia into your condo. Some companies even make plant-growing wall tiles! However, if you are working with a small condo, a shelf on which to hang a plant or tree would be an excellent starting point.

8. Know when you have enough furniture already

Shopping for furniture can be exciting for anyone who has recently moved into a new home. After all, this is a new chapter in a new location.
We don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but as that famous meme will tell you… it’s time to stop. To clarify, buying new furniture is wonderful, but there comes a point when your small apartment becomes difficult to navigate and overly cluttered.

When it comes to interior design, less is definitely more. It’s all about striking a balance between having a functional piece of furniture and overdoing it. When it comes to colour, white furniture is excellent for making a small apartment appear larger.

9. Add Mirrors

Mirrors are an excellent choice if your condo is small and you want to make it appear larger than it is.
We’ve already mentioned how well they work in small entryways. Mirrors, on the other hand, are an excellent interior design addition in any area of your condo, particularly in small living spaces.
Mirrors have the primary advantage of effectively reflecting light. Mirrors will increase the amount of natural light in your condo.
Mirrors, of course, serve a practical purpose in that they allow you to see your outfit. Mirrors mounted on the wall can save valuable space when compared to standalone mirrors, especially in small living spaces such as bedrooms.

10. Add glass shelves in your bathroom

There are two advantages to installing glass shelves in your condo’s bathrooms. First and foremost, glass shelves are excellent for storage. They will also add a touch of luxury to your bathroom without the need for a costly re-fit. Glass is also an easy-to-clean material that effectively reflects light.

11. Add an island to your kitchen

Any reality show set in a celebrity’s home will most likely feature them conversing around a kitchen island.
The good news is that adding a kitchen island to your condo does not require you to be a celebrity.
Kitchen islands are useful in a variety of ways. They provide essential prep space for cooking but can also be used to create a dining area. Furthermore, they are fantastic for adding extra storage space, especially if your kitchen is on the small side.
When entertaining, kitchen islands are ideal places for guests to sit and chat. You can make a kitchen island work for you with so many different designs, materials, and finishes to choose from.

FINAL THOUGHTS ON CONDO INTERIOR DESIGN

Your condominium is your own private space in which you live. As with any home, it’s important to put your own personal stamp on it while also maximising the interior design potential of the property.
Interior design can be intimidating, but you don’t have to be a designer to make your condo space functional. You can create a beautiful home design with minimal cost and effort by keeping things simple and adding small touches.
We hope you found the above design ideas useful, whether you have a lot of space or live in a small condo.

 

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