A co-shared living space
As spaces get smaller in size and higher in price, we find ourselves needing to cohabitate. With smart storage solutions and an unconvential way to arrange your clothes, even the most unlikely roommates can find some common ground. See some smart storage solutions below for a one-room apartment.
Sofa beds are practical for cohabitation and roommate situations. You can install curtains to section off the room and create your own “room” for privacy at night. Store pillows and bed linens underneath the sofa when not in use.
Keep your things separate from your roommate’s in different dressers. A mix of open storage and closed storage lets you fold socks and undergarments inside, while showing off your favourite clothes outside. Top it off with a display box to organise your accessories.
A lot of storage doesn’t have to mean having a crowded room – place two low chest of drawers next to each other and put your interior favourites on them.
If you’re a yogi, save floor space by hanging mats up on the wall. BJÄRNUM hooks are long enough to hold rolled up mats, skateboards and more.
Some places have to be shared. Dedicate a few shelves for your things, and the others for your cohabitant. Stacking books horizontally and displaying your favourite things can keep a shelf from looking cluttered.