There is no small space quite so challenging as a small bathroom. No matter how much of a minimalist you are, there are probably quite a few things — toothbrush, toothpaste, medicine, grooming products — that you just can't do without. So how do you squeeze all those things in while keeping your small bathroom serene, and not stressful? Apartment Therapy has some ideas.
'Round here, we love telling you about the newest and coolest products when they hit the market, or in this case, before. Enter the kickstarter campaign for Dartstrip, the chic, sleek and easy-to-use hanging system you need to know about.
All a little reader really needs is a book, but a soft place to curl up, a light and maybe even a bit of privacy doesn't hurt. I love the trend of repurposing kids closets as reading nooks. You can keep the door to make a secret reading hideaway or take the doors off to make small rooms seem bigger.
Last night I opened my kitchen cabinets to start making dinner, and I sighed a little sigh at the jumble I found inside. After making my meal, I turned to the internet to find a bit of inspiration to help me organize.
The owners of these cleverly concealed beds make do in small homes: one family of three lives in just 409 square feet. Their decision to hide the bed increases usable space, opens up living areas, and in one case, creates a magical childhood sleeping nook.
Name: Joey Krietemeyer, Senior Designer at 1stdibs.com, Antoni, and one very well loved Fiddle Leaf Fig Location: Clinton Hill, Brooklyn Size: 600 square foot studio Years lived in: 3 years; Rented
Walking into Joey and Antoni's studio apartment is not like walking into other studios in New York. They have managed to create a home that feels open and spacious, but still has distinctly separate living areas. Details abound that catch the eye without cluttering up the space. Their home feels lived in, comfortable and effortlessly stylish.