This contemporary mudroom proves that even small spaces can pack a major design punch. A large floral patterned wallpaper combined with a bright yellow painting livens up the walls while built-in shelving instantly clears up clutter.
This condo is small in size, but the features and furnishings are high in style. The dining room chandelier is oversized, but the glass and sculpted metal look is open and perfect for this space. The round, glass table seats six comfortably in stylish chairs with sleek backs and legs. Designer tip: In small spaces, keep the flooring consistent because transitions can visually make a space seem smaller.
A place for everything and everything in its place is the design motto of this elegant country kitchen. With lower cabinets on three sides of the space, upper cabinets scattered throughout and a rustic, storage island, this small kitchen has plenty of storage space to keep the homeowners organized.
The guest bathroom features a lot of grand design, including clay stamped, white tiles, hex floor tiles with a black pencil accent, and a wall mounted faucet above the wooden vanity, giving the small space a vintage 1900s feel.
Navy and brass accents give this small single bathroom a punch of color and design. Geometric floor tiles create the dynamic pattern in the space paired with brass sconces beside the circular mirror and floating sink with brass hardware.
This traditional living room, designed by Alison Davin of jute, is a small space, but uses the room efficiently. The white walls make the room more airy and the sisal rug and leather chairs gives it a cozy feel.
Velvet cushions add a touch of rich color to the bright, white design of this kitchen. The small bar sitting space looks into the open kitchen lighted by a pair of geometric lantern pendant fixtures. A white range hood cover blends into the kitchen design for a seamless look.
Natural light filters into this small, feminine space, making it feel brighter and larger. Since the fun, geometric wallpaper is the anchor for the design, white bed linens, floral pillows and colorful stools were added to break up the pattern and bring some additional color into the space, creating an interesting, fun, unique design.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy updated this small, dated shower with new white tile and installed a tile and marble built-in bench for a spa-like effect. By using neutral colors in this space, Dawdy enlarged the space visually and achieved a simple yet attractive design.
A monogrammed shower curtain by Ballard Designs adds a personal touch to this bathroom featuring a pedestal sink. Pedestal sinks have a polished, streamlined look. They don’t take up much space, making them a favorite for smaller bathrooms.
This kitchen may not have a lot of square footage, but its open plan design maximizes its efficiency. A small kitchen island becomes both a working and eating space. And the bright pops of yellow in the pendant and floor lamps make the whole space feel sunny and bright.
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.
Designer Casey Noble created the look and feel of a Christmas tree by creating a wall-mounted version using medium density fiberboard (MDF) trim and fabric. This tree a is perfect design for small spaces with low ceilings.
Bright yellow washcloths pop against white walls trimmed with Marmara White marble in this modern bathroom. Two white vessel sinks sit on top of a small black and white vanity in keeping with the spaces sleek design.
Small white tile covers this bathroom floor and continues up the wall for a texturized and cohesive design. A glass room dividing wall separates the large, open shower space. A floating sink and floating toilet fit the modern look and leave maximum space available for moving through the room.
This open concept, contemporary home is the perfect space for entertaining. With large indoor and outdoor living spaces as well as four connected dining areas and a seamless indoor-outdoor design, this home gives its owners great space for gatherings-large or small.
The sharp pitch of an A frame roof can feel a bit small and constricting, but this design makes the most of that space. The exposed beams that accent the room make use of triangular shapes to accent the drastic pitch and make the space look larger.