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ollow our advice to transform a tiny living room into a multifunctional space to work, study and relax. Decorate the room with wooden furniture wood that combines simplicity and functionality, inspired by Scandinavian style. Here, floor tiles in porcelain stoneware that perfectly reproduce the material quality of wood, create additional warmth. Rather than to subdivide the room in several individual spaces, living room and study take centre stage and make the most of the available space, freeing up the floor. Back-to-back, a minimalist desk coupled with an ultra-soft sofa creates a bright, welcoming island and at the same time, bold cupboards outline the main living area: a study on the left and a relaxation area on the right, but with a sense of visual continuity that creates an intimate feel.

Style details

A simple desk.

A "simple" table in light wood, with a thick top and rounded corners is the ideal solution for a discreet and practical study corner.

A "mesh" cupboard.

An intertwined frame transforms a traditional sideboard into a characterful piece.

Floor in porcelain stoneware.

Practical, hardwearing and easy to clean, the wood-effect version lights up and warms the room.

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