We'd like to offer some advice to people who have faced such problems, suggesting them some ways they can arrange rooms with very little floor space to make them seem bigger and less cluttered.
Firstly, you Want a Fantastic plan
Anytime you can, you need to open the space, by removing unnecessary walls! What we mean is over all the living room, kitchen plus also a long narrow corridor. If, rather than having a very small kitchen, we will create a kitchenette connected with a living room -- the space will seem much bigger as a whole, and if the dining and kitchen spaces are well-designed, you will not lose anything.
There's something you need to keep in mind -- the kitchen area must be trendy, as in this situation it'll be a guest room.
The same applies to door, it's well worth getting rid of them and if there's an entrance to the living room or the kitchen, then you might also tear down the lintel, which will make the door bigger, and that, consequently, allows more light to the room.
If your room is quite high, as sometimes is the case with apartments in tenement houses, it's a fantastic idea to create a mezzanine with a mattress, and layout some wardrobes or a working area beneath.
A nicely designed electrical wiring is a fundamental thing in all interiors, and amplified lighting is
Light colors and mirrors
It's common knowledge that mild colors make rooms seem larger, and dark colours -- render them seem smaller, therefore when choosing colour for your walls, go for various colors of white, beige and pale hues. When it comes to vivid colours, they'll be perfect for accessories and furniture.
Light flooring will make our floor seem larger. As far as skirting boards are concerned -- white and simple ones will add them lightness.
Mirrors will create tiny spaces seem more spacious. You can use either traditional hanging framed mirrors, ones leaning against a wall, mirrors incorporated into apparel fronts, or intriguing collages composed of several smaller mirrors.