If you've ever lived in an apartment or a really tiny house, you probably understand the struggle of a tiny outdoor space. Generally, tiny porches are the only type of porches you'll find with an apartment. While a tiny porch is better than no porch at all, sometimes you have to get creative with the small space you have with small balcony furniture and space saving solutions. Luckily, I've rounded up a bunch of ways to make the most of your tiny porch this summer, including DIYs, storage solutions and just plain cute pieces to add to your porch.
I'm going to let you all in on a little dream of mine. I want to makeover a vintage camper SO badly! I'm a little more concerned with buying a house right now (ugh), but one day, I would love nothing more than to purchase a rundown vintage trailer and make it over into the cutest, coziest trailer to take on adventures and camping trips. Since I'm more interested in "glamping" than actual camping, these camper makeovers seemed like the perfect inspiration for me. To get inspired, I put together 12 camper makeovers that are sure to amaze you and make you want to run out and buy a camper/trailer/RV tomorrow to make all of your glamping dreams come true!
This 300 square foot apartment of São Paulo design boutique owner is undoubtedly a testament to well planned space. After thoroughly gawking and appreciating the floor to ceiling curved bookcase walls, do yourself a favor and feast your eyes on some of the unexpected decor elements that can easily and successfully be DIY'd. Like the crib wagon, these are simply brilliant turns of ordinary materials. DIY Disasters--my foot!!
How do you pack a living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and hallway into an apartment that measures 11' x 3" wide by 16' x 2" deep by 10' x 4" tall? You add a second floor, of course. The owner, airplane interiors engineer and Seattle resident Steve Sauer, is quite happy with his compact crib, which includes a soaking tub
Jay Shafer's assent to tiny-living guru started 10 years ago when he decided to downsize in a big way. Building and moving into an 89 square foot home not only changed his lifestyle, but his career as well. We can listen to Jay tell his story--and get a peek inside his tiny and stylish house--in his own words
Okay, it might not be the smallest house in the world, but it is billed as the smallest house in Toronto. Nestled between two larger homes, the 300 square foot 1912 ‘Little House’ is back on the market ($172K US) after an extensive remodel. A smart use of limited space, the design includes a Murphy bed and a kitchen with a folding table and chairs. The home also features a living room (when the Murphy is folded up), a narrow bathroom and a...