Small But Spectacular

A small space doesn't have to cramp your style. Live large in any size dwelling with some spectacularly sophisticated tricks.

  • The parapan cabinets extend all the way to the ceiling: a classy way of drawing attention to the height of the ceilings and carving out more storage space.
  • In this drawer, silverware and cooking utensils are all right there and neatly organized.
  • The cabinet doors slide away to reveal a fraction of the books in the bookcase.
  • The prints with all their colors and patterns could easily be a visual mess. Putting them in one geometric strip across the room looks orderly and appealing.
  • Light flows through and also pours over the top of a modern, translucent screen.
  • It can house one person or a couple comfortably as either an urban studio or a rural vacation property.
  • The solar panels provide energy for the electrical needs of Studio 320.
  • With careful planning, this flexible indoor/outdoor space, along with ample windows that minimize dark corners, keeps this tiny home from feeling claustrophobic.
  • Keep the color flowing, and the space will also flow.
  • Add a bit of sparkle and twinkle, and it will feel larger.

Resources(Hide)

    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website: www.libbylangdon.com
    • Jacob Ward, Managing Editor, Readymade Magazine Website: www.readymademag.com
    • Suraj Bhatia
      Interior Architect
      E-mail: suraj.muki@gmail.com
    • Robert Humble and Joel Egan
      Architects, HyBrid
      Website: www.hybridseattle.com
    • Adrian Gilbey
      Interior Designer
      E-mail: AdrianGilbey@msn.com
    • Marlon Gobel, Designer, Luxurykills
      We apologize no contact information is available.
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