For wealthy people, buying a bungalow with a view of big city seems shameful, while for working class, a small house can satisfy dream of a family home. The new home is only 55 square meters. The original one-bedroom layout has not only been converted into two rooms, but sofa in living room can be rearranged to become a tatami bed in seconds. Kids have their own room, and even parents can sleep soundly when they come to live!
This is an entrance hall, dining room, living room and even aisles are used, and washing machine is owned.
This is a living room, area of \u200b\u200bwhich is very small, about 9 m. The furniture is all bought, and the length can be adjusted arbitrarily.
The sofa is completely different: it converts into a tall box-bed, under which you can store a lot of things, and there is a place for parents to sleep when they come from their hometown.
A folding table bought for a dining table is usually folded and set aside to save space, and with a large number of people it can be unfolded as a small round table.
The kitchen is narrow, about 1.6m by 2.5m. The innermost part is for fridge, I didn't expect fridge to be so big that it can only be used in dining room for now.
Beds in master bedroom are only 1.5 meters and cannot be placed below 1.8 meters.
I bought a meter-sized bed for children's room, with drawers at bottom, but finished wardrobe will not fit in any way. In future, we will move to a smaller children's wardrobe.
The child needs a desk for homework, so I bought smallest size to make room self-contained.
The bathroom is small and cannot be separated from wet and dry. The washbasin is almost without a pedestal. Fortunately, there is a minimum size that can be accommodated. Small nest 55㎡, decoration is very practical, I am afraid that 5 people will live in it daily, right?