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The open shelving in this airy kitchen keeps cooking necessities at an arm’s length, while streamlining storage for an uncluttered look.
Storage and Seating
This window nook does not sit idly by—soft cushions invite guests to sit down, while the space around the window gets put to work as extra shelving and storage.
Texture, Texture, Texture
All-white walls, shelves, counters, and cabinets keep the tiny kitchen looking clean, while a well-loved rug and brick column team up to bring visual interest and warmth to the room.
Color by Space
Here a deep gray wall visually defines the narrow dining area to set it apart from the rest of the space.
No need for acres of rolling hills (though we do love that too!). This tiny patio holds its own thanks to lush foliage and playful string lights.
When it comes to efficient design, no space goes unused. This corner by the stairs is transformed into an official drink station thanks to some open shelving and smart countertop styling.
Keep It Simple
Take It to the Top
Clean white tile, installed up to the trim, adds visual interest and texture without cramping the narrow kitchen.
A bold rug adds a graphic punch, while visually extending the depth of the otherwise narrow living area. High ceilings with jaw-dropping trim max out the room’s charm.
Keep a small bath from getting cluttered by repurposing a small bar cart to store towels and trinkets. Since it's on wheels it can easily move around the room if needed.
All-white doesn’t have to look sterile. By layering on texture through textiles and breaking it up with verdant plants, this room is warm and inviting, cozy even.
In small spaces, some rooms simply have to work overtime. Here, a cozy nook just begs to be curled up in with a good book, while a narrow tabletop provides an extra work surface.
Here a hide rug layered over a classic and durable sisal area rug helps section off the living space from the bed’s area. Plus, an acrylic coffee table prevents the room from looking cramped.
All in the Architectural Details
Uncluttered walls allow this small bedroom to look open and airy, but the paneling keeps it from looking empty and barren.
Take It Out Back
Hanging planters on a lattice divider punch up the greenery on the charming cottage’s patio, without taking up valuable floor space.
Who cares the square footage inside when you have a porch situation like this? Taking a tonal approach with the exterior color palette (from siding to furniture) creates a calm, inviting façade.