5 Spaces You Can Remodel Inside Your Condo

You can’t paint the walls pink with purple polka dots, but condo living doesn’t mean you have to live with boring spaces. Do you always wonder what can you renovate in a condo without asking the condo management? You can make a condo feel like your cozy home—you just need to think outside of the box and see these 5 spaces as blank canvases:

1. Kitchen

You might not be able to change the condo’s footprint, but you can definitely give it some personality by changing cabinets, countertops, appliances or flooring. If you love cooking or baking (or both), your condo kitchen is probably one of the spaces in your condo that gets the most use—so why not spruce it up? New hardware, cabinet doors, and knobs are usually easy DIY projects only take an afternoon to complete.

Or, if you’re not that into DIY projects, a condo kitchen renovation can still be a breeze with a little help from a designer.

2. Bathroom

Small condo bathroom? No problem! The design possibilities are endless when it comes to bathrooms. If the condo’s layout doesn’t allow for an oversized shower, opt for a monochromatic look by painting walls and accessories white tiles. Or go bold with bright colours and patterns to create a spa-like atmosphere—just make sure they coordinate so your condo feels cohesive.

3. Bedroom(s)

If you have multiple bedrooms in your condo but don’t use them all as bedrooms then this is another great opportunity to give each room a new look without drastically changing the condo’s footprint. Paint is perhaps the most common way to give rooms a brand-new look, but wall decals and hangings also work great (and they’re much more affordable).

4. Balcony

Don’t forget about your condo balcony! A condo balcony might only be big enough for a couple of potted plants and a patio set—but that doesn’t mean it can’t be stylish and functional at the same time. This is another space where monochromatic glam works wonders, so consider painting the condo balcony flooring, railings, or walls one colour to create an elegant oasis you can relax in after a long day at work.

5. Closet(s)

A condo closet is a condo in and of itself. It holds the clothes, shoes, and accessories, after all—so why not create a mini wardrobe in your condo? Maybe you need to spruce up the existing closet by adding custom shelves or drawers to store everything from socks to sweaters. Or maybe it just needs some new lightbulbs for better lighting. The condo closet is yet another great space that can be turned into a custom oasis if you take advantage of its small size to add unique storage options.


You can’t change condo floor plans or condo square footage, but condo living doesn’t mean you have to live with boring condo spaces. Just follow these 5 steps and you can make your condo feel like your cozy home.

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