Lack of space doesn't have to restrict your creativity when decorating your home - and here's proof. Click through to check out ten examples of gorgeous homes with unique, innovative elements that could easily be used in a house of any size. Get ready to be inspired!
Most of us could use more space, right? I know I could. So I went searching for ways to create functional table space with a small footprint. Here are five completely genius ideas that I discovered.
Join Dr. Mike Page from the University of Hertfordshire and The Cube Project as he takes us on a tour of the Cube, a 3x3x3m home for one (or two very friendly people) that has minimal impact on the environment. And, yes, it has a
Remember Felice's 90 square foot Upper East Side NYC microstudio apartment? Well, Steve Sauer's Seattle diggs is huge in comparison, but at 182 square feet, it's still pretty small.
Just how small does an apartment have to be before it's qualified as a 'microstudio?' In the case of Felice Cohen's Upper West Side apartment, that figure would be 90 square feet. She pays $700 a month in rent. Comparatively, the average rent for an Upper West Side pad is $3,600. Watch the video below to see how Felice lives in such a tiny place, and then answer this question: Could you live in 90 square feet?