Although it may be challenging to imagine, a 1 BHK home is capable of so much. The trick is to cleverly cram as much multipurpose and eye-catching decor into your limited floor and wall space without overwhelming it. Keep in mind that you don’t want to overcrowd a small apartment or house. Utilizing creative design while avoiding elements that are just ineffective is another crucial component. Fear not—we’ve included a handy list of them all below in this helpful guide on how to set up a 1 BHK House.
1. Step 1: Mix Neutrals With Pops Of Colour
A one-bedroom apartment might get overwhelmed by too much color, especially too many vivid colors. The trick with color is to choose muted hues and deftly combine them with pops of brilliant blues, pinks, and yellows. This can be done with paint or with patterned rugs and other furniture. Recognize that white, grey, and other neutral hues will appear decluttered, airy, and large in any area (be it the bedroom, kitchen, or living), while one or two colorful accents will offer nuance and a generally clean and fresh appearance.
2. Step 2: Pick Multi-Use Decor & Accents
You must use multi-functional décor elements if you want to conserve room while still making your 1 BHK home functional and full of attractive trinkets and hidden gems. Basically, a piece of decor that has a function in addition to being aesthetically beautiful. For instance, this Indian Yards macrame wall hanging shelf is a wall accessory that may accommodate books, tea lights, planters, and more.
3. Step 3: Invest In Smart Storage Pieces
Storage units will have been covertly incorporated into a 1 BHK’s ingenious design. Get this black basket set from Sashaa World that comes in three distinct sizes to keep laundry, makeup, or books and periodicals to make the most of your available space.
4. Step 4: Add Different Seating + Smart Furniture
A 1 BHK’s furniture may make or ruin it. Choose practical choices like a pull-out couch that can also serve as a bed, a side table or expanding table with chairs, a foldable dining table, or a Murphy bed (beds that can be folded into the wall when not in use).