6 Modern Condo Interior Design Ideas

May 11th, 2021

Modern Condo Interior Design Ideas
Contemporary living requires a suitable personal space. A home perfectly mirrors the lifestyle of its owner, and it all starts with the design and style of the condo. If you are downsizing from a bigger house or it’s your first property purchase, a condo is the perfect choice to meet all your needs.

Whether it’s in East Village or another trendy neighborhood in San Diego, your new condo demands you make it your own. Give it your distinctive touch with a design that is stylistically customized. Decorating a smaller space can be tricky, but it’s as much fun as it is a challenge.

How do you decorate a condo?

Now that the move in is complete, you can finally focus on what matters – giving the space a personal stamp.

1. Theme

Firstly, consider your tastes and lifestyle preferences. Your condo should reflect who you are and much more than just a nice-looking space. Pick out the color theme and furnish the condo to match it. Interior designers typically suggest going for a neutral colorway, giving you plenty of room to improvise with the home’s overall look.

2. Curtains

Drapes can set the tone of your space. With an eclectic variety of styles to choose from, your curtains can stand out and dictate the feel of your home. The drapes will serve their primary purpose, but the style aspect is not to be overlooked. The main goal is that the drapes compliment and fit well with the wall color you choose.

3. Plants

Condo living means you no longer have to maintain the lawn or backyard of your house. This doesn’t mean that you don’t miss the smell of trees, plants, and nature. Keep your condo looking fresh with strategically placed plants around the space. The great thing is that you can choose whichever plants you prefer, and they’ll do the job.

4. Art

Modern condo styles emphasize great artwork on at least one wall of your new home. Whether it’s contemporary art or you like your artwork more classical, make sure it blends well with the overall look of the space.

5. Furniture

Space is of the utmost importance in a condo. The goal is to maximize your living space with a perfectly planned layout. Avoid having too much and clogging up the space. Start by choosing multi-purpose furniture, such as a sofa that transforms into a bed, or a dinner table that converts into a work desk. Storage is another issue to consider, so pick a coffee table and bed that have drawers, as well as built-in shelves where you can.

6. Wallpaper

While painting your walls is always the go-to option, don’t forget about the possibility of adding wallpaper. Whether it’s a whole room, or you wish to highlight a specific part of the room, wallpaper offers a wide variety of options. With its easy installation and limitless patterns, wallpaper offers practicality with a touch of luxury.

Who are the #1 real estate agents for condos in East Village and the greater San Diego area?

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Whether it’s a luxurious new condo near the San Diego Public Library or another neighborhood in San Diego, your trusted real estate agents are here to help. With 30 years in the business and thousands of properties sold, Neuman & Neuman is San Diego’s go-to real-estate company.

With our specialists by your side, nothing is impossible. We will assist you in picking the right place for you, walking you through every step of the way. Let us make your dreams come true so you can reap the benefits of modern condo living. Give us a call today to set up an appointment!

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