Does your house have a separate room for every activity starting from the dining room, bedroom, workroom, children’s playroom, kitchen, dining room, multimedia room, and so on? The small size of the land limits us to be able to have separate space for each activity. What is the solution? A multifunctional room.
As the name implies, a multifunctional room is a space that can be used for various activities. For example, a kitchen can double as a dining room, a guest bedroom doubles as a workspace, a family room doubles as a dining room and workspace, and so on.
The following are some inspirations for multifunctional spaces as clear evidence that limited space cannot limit your efforts in creating a comfortable home.
Workspace Integrated With Other Rooms
You don’t have to have a special room to create a workspace or private office at home. With a little planning and creative space arrangement, you can create a work area that integrates with other spaces.
|An empty area right next to the kitchen can be used as a work area. The use of a different color of the floor as if separating the two areas, although both are in the same room.
An empty area right next to the kitchen can be used as a work area. The use of a different floor color seems to separate the two areas, even though they are both in the same room.
|This multifunctional space combines the workspace bedroom. The work area is made right next to the bed, complete with built-in shelves as a storage area.|
Combination of Kitchen and Dining
|The multifunctional space that combines the kitchen and dining room allows homeowners to be able to cook and socialize with other people, be it family members, friends, or relatives. The combination of|