The white walls and glossy white cabinets make the space appear larger while every surface is utilized to maximize space, such as the wall-mounted knife rack and a magnetic message center on the end of a cabinet.
A wallpaper lion walks along a green chalkboard lawn in designer Lauren Liess's home. This activity center is a perfect small-space solution. Instead of taking up precious wall space, use the closet doors to make a chalkboard for the kids.
Snuggle up on summer nights on the patio's large sectional, a good seating solution for smaller outdoor spaces. A ceramic yellow garden stool and two round white tables can be either coffee or end tables, whatever the occasion demands.
This light and bright dining room features a natural wood table paired with brown dining chairs and a modern chandelier overhead. A wall-to-wall buffet provides plenty of cabinet storage, as well as a built-in desk space that is the perfect solution for small spaces, like this apartment.
A casement window combined with a sash window provides an extra layer of safety in a kid's bedroom in Brooklyn. The narrow window also offers a nice solution for bringing more light into a small space where two traditional windows won't fit.
This contemporary breakfast nook is perfect for relaxing and enjoying a quick meal. The yellow wall color and light wood table is contrasts with the dark wood floors. The upholstered bench with accent pillows is a creative, stylish seating solution in a small space.
Don’t ignore small spaces! A shelf is the perfect solution to storage scarcity in smaller bathrooms. Place one over the tub for towels, candles or shower gel or near the toilet for spare toilet paper and hand towels. Designer Karina Bryant of K_Souki Design Studio has a set of shelves wired for music or a TV hookup for bath time relaxation in her home, built by Imery Group.
This space was all about finding storage solutions for a couple moving into a small space. Two sheepskin stools kept beneath the console table provide extra seating for entertaining guests. The Lucite table helps to visually expand without overwhelming the space.
Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.
This bedroom is small, so in order to fit beds for two boys, Little Crown Interiors chose a modern bunk bed. This decision allowed open floor space for playing and plenty of wall space for whimsical decor. The challenge proved finding a wall feature that was the right size for the room, which has high ceilings. Custom giraffe decals were the perfect solution – expertly filling the wall space in a fun, kid-friendly manner.