Apartment interior remodeling idea that turns two bedrooms into three bedrooms apartment. This apartment interior remodeling project intended to bring more dweller into this tiny apartment without bring crowded space, instead enhance small space to maximize its functionality. Before remodeling, the 50sqm or 528sqft apartment has two bedrooms with spacious living room. After remodeling, the apartment has three bedrooms. The new bedroom occupied old living room area. Each of bedrooms now has cubic space area of 2.5×2.5 sqm, which is spacious because already completed with built-in storage, foldable bed, and foldable table; space saving furniture concept applied. And more than that, there is balcony outdoor area for every bedroom. For more specific, take a look apartment interior plan images below before remodeling and after remodeling.
As you can see at above images, original living room become bedroom. The bathroom in front entrance renovated to create bigger space of entrance area. So the entrance area becomes living room. The bathroom actually also become more spacious, it become two bathrooms each with own show cabin and toilet, while bathroom vanities keep one. A quarter space of original living room now become part of second bathroom. The main material of this small apartment renovation project is Valchromat, a type of MDF ans OSB panel to achieve economical goal. While bedrooms and kitchen has whiteness color combined with raw wood partition, the entrance that double as living room has black color interior.
The kitchen retained as social room of this small shared apartment. Yup, right small shared apartment with functional and flexible interior design idea. If you have apartment for rent to students, this small shared apartment interior remodeling idea will be great option, and I am sure students who rent it more than happy. Because, now they can add additional member of shared apartment so the rent cost will become cheaper. And each bedroom with its great functionality (such as foldable bed and table, which can be hidden to make spacious room) will become each student’s micro apartment. Architects: UMA Collective.