Weekly interior design tutorials: make the most of a small space
Friday 05 March 2010
Be your own Biggie Smalls with these tips on how to make a tiny living room seem spacious -- or at least well-organized.
Be your own Biggie Smalls with these tips on how to make a tiny living room seem spacious - or at least well-organized.
Roomy Interiors shows you how to win space with extending tables and beds. Plus: which colors work best for a small living space?
Small Spaces Solutions' top tips include using fewer pieces of large furniture to create the illusion of space as well as working with bold, warm colors.
The architect of the Penguin House in Tokyo recommends light, open spaces, and airy design to make the most of a small house.
Organize your small space with innovative storage systems and create ambiance with subtle lighting.
More tips: mirrors, beds that double as sofas, and furniture that can be moved around.
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