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Take advantage of the space provided by the hallway
The hallway that separates the kitchen from the rest of the apartment is usually quite unnecessary. Therefore, you can have a greater freedom of movement if you join up the hallway to your other rooms. Do not be afraid to eliminate that 'hall' located at the entrance of your apartment as it will eventually result in a much more functional space.
Now we can talk about cooking. Undoubtedly, the islands, in addition to being very fashionable, can provide you with a well-defined, practical and functional space in which to cook or eat and freeing up the space for appliances. So, although it may seem impossible to integrate an island into such a small space, go ahead and try it anyway.
Join the living room with the bedroom
This is probably only a good solution for you if you live alone or with your partner. Joining the living room with the bedroom will give you the feeling that both spaces are much larger. While it is certain that you will lose some privacy, the reality is that, in this case, it is a very wise decision to optimise a small flat.
Beware of storage
Clearly, if you do not have enough space to store everything you need, you will never be comfortable in your home. In this sense, the best solution is to integrate wardrobes within the room itself. Under the bed or the living room table are also other good places to use as storage.
In short, there are many possibilities at your disposal to get the most out of the square metres available in your flat. It only takes a little imagination and keep in mind that every inch is worth its weight in gold.