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Creative Apartment Designs Perfect for Young Families

Creative Apartment Designs Perfect for Young Families


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Being new parents is a magical - albeit stressful - time. Sharing the love that you have for your spouse and your child with the world is beautiful. But sharing your space with them isnt always quite so easy. Thats why weve decided to feature these designs that manage to make living in somewhat cramped quarters with your little one (or little ones!) look just as fun and easy as it does on TV. Take a look inside these home and start to realize that giving up the childless life doesnt have to mean giving up on style.

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  • Designer: Nicholas Plaxin
The first apartment, from designer Nicholas Plaxin, is quite compact. To make enough space for an entire family, the apartment actually utilizes a system of folding doors that lets the occupants keep sleeping areas out of sight during the day. It is not that the soft gray beds are necessarily unattractive, but when you have to look at your bed as you try to feed a toddler breakfast your home can feel that much more confining.

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  • Designer: Anastsasiya Kashira
The next home we are featuring is certainly a bit more spacious, but when you consider that these 60 square meters (645 square feet) are home to not one, not two, but three children and their parents, it starts to look a little more, well, little. Luckily, designer Anastsasiya Kashira is skilled and has used the idea of multipurpose spaces to create a home that works for this particular family. This is largely accomplished in the children’s room. Two year old twins and a 10-year-old girl share the room, which is divided with curtains. This way, the children can have their privacy while still sharing their play space in the center of the room.

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  • Designer: Oksana Pavlova
Starting a family is an important conversation to have with your spouse before you’re married. But once you really get ready to start expanding, you might want to talk to your interior designer, too. That’s what happened for this young couple who decided they would soon want to hear that special pitter patter. The couple’s home, which measures 53.5 square meters (575 square feet), was easily transformed into a family friendly space by designer Oksana Pavlova at the MANGO design studio. The use of vibrant, playful colors make the home perfectly suited to a young child while carefully divided space give the couple an open living room, kitchen and dining area, sunny workspace, and of course, room for a small nursery.

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