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Tour a Hyper-Efficient 376-Square-Foot Home (There’s a Trap Door-Hidden Bed!)

I love a tiny, efficient home, and I love a good beach house, especially in these sweltering summer times, so it’s nice to see the two come together. Here’s how a tiny beachside flat in Italy makes the most of a very small floor plan, managing to incorporate two bedrooms, a workspace, and plenty of room for lounging into a trim 376 square feet.

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Posted on Jul 20, 2017

Why It Works: A Truly Tiny But Incredibly Stylish West Village Home — Why It Works

Every so often, there comes along a home that just has it all figured out. This is one of those homes.

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Posted on Jul 14, 2017

A Tiny Chicago Studio Defies Conventional Wisdom for Small Spaces — Why It Works

Browsing through the photos of Rene’s Chicago studio , you’d never guess it was only 320 square feet. This little place has all the style and grandeur of a much larger home — and Rene has managed to fit a queen-sized bed, two seating areas, and tons of accessories (including a fish tank!) into a very small footprint. Here’s why it works.

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Posted on Jul 4, 2017

A Tiny German Apartment Packed Full of Personality (and Books!) — Dwell

Forty square meters (or 430 square feet) is not a lot of space to work with, but the architects of this tiny German apartment managed to squeeze a lot of living—and a lot of personality—into a very small home. Another thing they managed to fit in? Room for lots and lots of books.

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Posted on Jul 1, 2017

A Tiny Swedish Apartment Makes the Most of 355 Square Feet

We love a teeny apartment, and we especially love a teeny apartment that proves that you can have it all in a small space: a cozy bedroom nook, plentiful storage, great lighting, and even the gourmet kitchen of your dreams.

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Posted on Jun 28, 2017

Small On Space, Big On Style: 4 Lessons from a 450-Square-Foot Greenwich Village Apartment — Why It Works

Small-scale living may be a “trend” throughout the country, a way for us to reclaim back our quality of life and be less house poor, but in New York (particularly Manhattan), it’s a normal way of life. Let’s take Jennie Cohen’s 450-square-foot Greenwich Village apartment, for instance. Here, she perfectly balanced big style with a small space to create a home that feels open, personality packed and perfectly livable. Check out these four lessons you can use in your own home that make Jennie’s pad work so well.

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Posted on Jun 21, 2017

Help! How Do I Place Furniture in This Strangely Shaped Studio? — The Room Layout Doctor Is In

One of the most perplexing things about moving into a new place, especially a small place, is where to put the furniture. This apartment, with its curving wall of windows, presented a unique challenge. How do you create both a bedroom and a living space (and maybe a dining room and a study, too) in a place that’s so small, and so unusually shaped? We went to the drawing board to come up with a few ideas.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2017

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