8 Condo Living Rooms That Prove Small Spaces Can Be Big On Style
September 29, 2017
The living room is where everyone comes together. It’s where you entertain guests, converse with your loved ones, or spend some me-time over a slow weekend. While most homes have the luxury of having a huge space for this area, some condo living rooms are not so blessed. However, here are 8 condos that prove that you can have an amazing living room in a small space.
This loft owned by interior designer Chat Fores showcases her personality and her forte in design. The living room is a tight squeeze because of the unit’s small space but function and style is definitely not sacrificed.
2 Industrial Minimalist
Interior Designer Uzel Alconera’s condo is a cross between minimalist and industrial, to match her and her partner’s personality. The best thing in this living room? That side whisky bar!
Designed by Interior designer Krisna Birakos of TSKL Designs, this rental is anything but plain. The living room is so inviting any renter would want sit and chill in this space!
Juana Manahan-Yupangco’s condo is like walking into a gallery. The wooden herringbone floor and the interesting mix of eclectic furniture pieces make it a very unexpected space.
5 Industrial Rustic
Owned by James Yulo-Chi, this living room gives us a very New York vibe. The wall is adorned with a lot of interesting accessories and artwork the condo dweller has purchased from his travels.
6 Coastal Charm
This condo by the Almario sisters takes you into the charms of coastal living with its aquamarine and seaweed green palette.
7 Euro Chic
Interior Designer Rock Robins adorns his living room with an Italian sofa and accentuates the sapce with hermes and Fornasetti accessories.
8 Collector Condo
Digeo Castillo’s living room showcases all of his favorite collectibles and memorabilias. It’s what makes the space him.
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Written by Patricia Herbolario