When it comes to making the most of a small home, it’s a good practice to design it in a way that allows you to tweak it in as many ways as possible to suit different occasions. 
 

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1.    In order to set up different types of ambiences in the dining area, the homeowners created a ceiling filled with hooks so that the positions of the isolated pendant lights can be adjusted from time to time.
(Interior design by Free Space Intent)

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2.    Having a completely open concept kitchen may be visually more appealing, but it also has downsides. In order to alternate between an open and close kitchen, a glass door and folding windows were used to encase the space only when necessary, and leaving it see-through the rest of the time.
(Interior design by Three-D Conceptwerke)

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3.    If mealtimes are often a casual affair at home, use the kitchen island as a dining table too by creating a nook where you can sit comfortably on a barstool or dining chair to wolf down your meal. 
(Interior design by Free Space Intent)

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4.    Always hosting large get-togethers at your place? customise a low, elongated television console which can serve as a bench for a large number of people. And when it’s just you and your family, you can use this surface as a display shelf!
(Interior design by EIGHTYTWO PTE LTD)

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5.    A sizeable pouf not only works as additional seating, but it can also be converted into a coffee table with the help of a tray! 
(Interior design by Make Room)

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6.    To incorporate some really effective space spacing features into your apartment, think along the lines of hideaway furniture. For this small yet inspiring home, Interior designer William Chan designed a fascinating “box” whereby a family-sized dining table can slide and be tucked away in.
(Interior design by Spacedge Designs)

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7.    If you enjoy having your meals in front of the television, opt for a height-adjustable coffee table for the living room so that you can eat comfortably on the sofa.
(Interior design by Substance Living)

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8.    Many homeowners who are serious about their cooking often wish for a bigger space for the kitchen. A kitchen counter with a pull-out trolley solves this common problem by providing more workspace when needed, and more walking space at other times. 
(Interior design by Living Icon)

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9.    Give your home a better sense of spaciousness by hacking the walls of one bedroom or study room. But if you’d like to maintain some semblance of privacy or noise dampening for the room, replace the walls with folding doors instead.
(Interior design by Space Sense)

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10.    In order to achieve a minimalist home, the designer customised a slim swivel dining table that can “disappear” into the wall.
(Interior design by Homme Space)

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