Designers explain why you shouldn't play it safe (no white paint!) in a tiny room. 1. You play it safe. "Instead, put a large-scale printed fabric or wallpaper on the walls and even the ceiling. It's safer,
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Their new idea could help you repurpose an entire room in seconds. Maximizing our smallest spaces is a top-of-mind task for everyone — whether you live in a teeny urban apartment or a just-not-quite-big-enough
These are what our cabinets aspire to be. You may not care what lies behind your closed cabinet doors—out of sight, out of mind—but trying to find a single pan or cleaning supply in a cabinet of chaos
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Tiny, yet efficient. To hear about a kitchen no bigger than a walk-in closet is to expect the worst. To actually see this one is to encounter the best. Designer Stephanie Stokes found savvy ways to save
Colors engage the eye in a New York apartment. Designer David Kaihoi makes his small East Village apartment feel much larger with smart organization, multipurpose furniture, and bold colors. For more see
Stylish and efficient spaces. From a 48-square-foot kitchen to a tiny and cozy reading nook, we've rounded up beautiful small spaces that don't spare style or efficiency. Take a look a these amazing designs.