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5 Small Space Ideas We Can Learn from a 22sqm Contemporary Unit

Mix-and-match bold and dainty details for an exceptional space

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Photography: Jilson Tiu

Nowadays, it’s not surprising to see big pieces in a tight and compact unit. Many homeowners are starting to think outside the box—matching multipurpose pieces with big ones to create an impact and make the home extra inviting and comfortable. While it’s easy to choose items according to a specific style, the challenge lies in how you style your space and where you’ll place the pieces to avoid a cramped look.

Take for example this 22sqm unit in Makati. Given the limited floor space, it seemed impossible to fit a huge bed, a storage center, and other valuables the owner needs. With the help of the TKSL Interior Design team, the tiny space became a timeless home—filled with details and essentials that are unexpected yet captivating. Here are five design and decorating ideas to keep in mind inspired by this lovely space:

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