Small Furniture, Big Style

In a small space, the furniture is more compact but still striking, as seen in this modern-classic style setting.

Smart Furniture

In a small living room, consider pieces that are compact and versatile. A sleek sofa with an adjustable headrest that offers different seating options is a wise choice. If the sofa size is on the smaller side, pay special attention to the style, and look for a model with plenty of personality! The slightly curved lines and angular base of this grey sofa give it a modern look that’s ideal for a narrow living room.

Complete your space with style-forward pieces that will allow you to create an airy atmosphere. Here, the inverted trapezoid side table injects character without overwhelming the space. Made with smoked glass, it fits in seamlessly without weighing down the decor.

Classic Modernism

A rather traditional, modern theme is omnipresent, but without stealing the spotlight from the contemporary style. It is evident in the shell chair, inspired by the Swan chair created by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen in 1958. The chair’s dark green-grey colour and texture (imitation leather) catches the eye and lends the space a warm, mid-century modern look.
The same hue appears in the carpet, an elegant callback in this small space with a well-balanced, luxurious style. The subtlety of the accent colours also creates a soft contrast, while a certain femininity emerges, evidenced by the touches of rose, the arrangement in the vase and the floral-patterned cushion that reflect off the glass of the side table.