In a metropolitan city like Hong Kong, every inch of living space is precious and expensive. One of the first things that most foreigners realize when settling in Hong Kong is that Hong Kong apartments are not particularly roomy. Consolidating possessions and finiding innovative ways to store belongings is essential as space is valued premium. This article will help you adjust to the living spaces in Hong Kong by cutting down on clutter and providing some interior design tips for small flats.
How do you strike a balance between making your room feel as spacious as possbile while also squeezing in extra seating? What furniture should you choose and where should you position it?