small apartments

It’s no surprise that micro apartments are in demand -- that’s all the space many people can afford.
Dark colors reduce the perceived size of a room. Lighter hues create an open and airy sensation that promotes the illusion
All 10 of these tiny homes prove that space is relative. Your home is only as tiny as you let it feel. So, apply these space-saving tips and storage tricks when you can. Because you deserve to have a bigger home without actually paying for one.
When it comes to outdoor design, weather-resistant toss pillows and your balcony go together like Sriracha and everything
For those of us who live in tiny spaces that we begrudgingly call home, it can be hard to keep knick-knacks and necessities
It's no secret that when it comes to micro-dwelling, everyone's looking for space-saving solutions that can really open up
While most of us might not live in a 450-square-foot apartment, chances are our homes don't seem to have enough space. Whether
Aunt Rose gets thanks as my muse. In her kitchen you could bet on which refrigerator shelf to find the milk, on which other shelf the cheese, and where laid out to dry was every dishtowel. That neatness used to drive my mother, her sister, crazy. It seemed sensible to me.
The winner of the competition proposed 55 units ranging from 250 to 370 square feet (23 to 34 square metres), made of prefab
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While a fierce debate rages over micro-units, we should step back and realize that with good design, a space can feel as big as you want it to despite its square footage.
Architect Terri Chiao knew she couldn't afford the rent on a 750-square-foot Brooklyn loft without a roommate, but she didn't want to divide it up with walls. Instead, she built a cabin and a treehouse inside the space to be used as private living quarters.
When this couple bought their apartment in Barcelona's Eixample district, it was divided into small rooms. The two architects knew they wanted to open it to let more daylight in, but rather than simply creating an open loft space they redefined the rules of privacy.