4. Books are meant to be read, not collect dust. Donate used books. 1. Less stuff equals more room. Easier said than done
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.
With a few key and to-die-for styling tricks, Whitney Leigh Morris has transformed her tiny (362 square feet, to be exact) canal cottage into a cozy jewel box. Morris captures our hearts with her creative spirit and smart tips for going bold and beautiful.
We're thinking an ode to cheap furniture is in perfect order. Small retailers will soon sell Bookniture units for about $90
For the next 52 weeks, Weston focused her energy not on moving out of her cramped quarters, but exploring how other families
The bathroom is likely the smallest room in the house -- and a room you're less likely to redecorate. Short of renovating
We've already covered some of the best ways to create storage when you're living in a tiny space, and fortunately, there
Growing plants in containers lets you have a garden even when space for one is limited or nonexistent. You can use containers to turn a tiny balcony, patio or roof garden into a leafy haven, filled with patio roses, herbs, even your own fresh vegetables.
Artist Omar Sherzad learned about woodworking from his father. When he opened a workshop/gallery in Barcelona, he wanted his own children to learn from his work as well. So he installed beds in the walls.
Total cost was $12,000, but it's debt-free and it's much more than your typical college digs. It has a full kitchen (including a fridge/freezer, sink and camping oven), a sofa-bed he built himself, a nearly full-sized shower (he chopped the top off) and a composting toilet.
Three years ago, this family left their 4-bedroom home to move into a 320-square-foot prefab. Yikes!