You might think having a small space is easier to decorate because it requires less “stuff,” but it’s actually the opposite. Decorating small homes takes strategy and planning. A good grip on geometry doesn’t hurt either! When done correctly, small homes can feel warm, inviting and intentional, rather than confined or cluttered. We’re using these homes to inspire our small-space decorating, read on for tiny inspiration with a big impact.
Ban.do’s creative director has such a cool, unique space. We love how she was able to utilize the square footage while still maintaining personality.
How do two creatives make a small loft work both as a home and a workspace? Hint: It involves plants and all the natural light you can handle.
As a busy floral shop owner, San Diego creative Natalie Gill utilizes every inch of her cottage-style home to create a cozy retreat.
It’s hard to believe Jessalynn packed as much style and personality as she did in her studio apartment, but she did and we’re definitely taking notes.
The beachside cottage that photographer Arielle Vey shares with her husband is full of color, art and charm. She also provides great tips for renters and making a space your own when you don’t technically “own” it.
When you run a blog and brand called “Random Acts of Pastel,” you know the home is going to be filled with candy-hued goodness. This Toronto home is loaded with small-space décor inspiration.
Minimalism is the name of the game in photographer Esther Lee’s Los Angeles bungalow.
How does an interior designer decorate a 700-square-foot Manhattan home? If you have kids and live in a smaller space, you’ll definitely want to bookmark this one.