This tiny apartment proves you don't need much space to build a functional home

Danielle Fowler
·Freelance Writer
You would not believe that this apartment is just 22 square foot [Photo: Bored Panda]

Those living in a city will be familiar with the tiresome job of hunting down an affordable flat. From giving up a living room to make way for an extra bed to the seemingly hopeless dream of one day owning your very own garden, sprawling urbanisation has left space limited.

But one design team from Taipei City in Taiwan has come up with a genius way to overcome every millennial’s undeniable housing problem.

A Little Design has blown our minds by taking on a 22 square metre apartment and managing to make it appear bigger than our entire two-bed flat.

The company’s client works abroad a large majority of the time so all they requested was the ability to have a good night’s kip and a hot bath once home.

Therefore, the design team made sure to add a mezzanine bedroom (which also features a nifty desk) while every wall within the apartment features a plethora of storage space.

Look no further for interior inspo, people.

The apartment is well-equipped

Hands up, who else wouldn’t mind living here? [Photo: Bored Panda]

The team even managed to squeeze in a bath

As per their client’s request, they made sure to fit a bath in [Photo: Bored Panda]

Floor-to-ceiling storage makes maximum use of the limited space

To ensure maximum use of space, floor-to-wall storage cabinets are fitted throughout [Photo: Bored Panda]

There’s even a fully-fitted kitchen

The apartment may be small but it includes all the basic necessities [Photo: Bored Panda]

Everything is within reaching distance of the bed…

The furniture can easily be re-arranged around the flat [Photo: Bored Panda]

Coming to a Pinterest page near you…

A view from the mezzanine room [Photo: Bored Panda]
A view from the mezzanine room [Photo: Bored Panda]

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