Small Space Style from Around the World

Homes in the U.S. are on average much larger than in the rest of the world, and with Apartment Therapy's focus on small spaces this month, there is no better place to turn to for inspiration than other countries. Here is a roundup of some of the tiniest of spaces abroad from our House Tours...Top Row (left to right): 1. A minimalist approach to 485 sq. feet in Nina's Lovely North London Flat. 2. A colorfully eclectic 775 sq. feet in Indonesia. Ario's Texture and Color. 3. One large open room can make a shortage of square feet look a lot bigger, as seen in Lasse's Multipurpose Room. 4. A historic Canadian dwelling filled with lots of light. Matt and Jac's Live/Work Space 5. Gorgeous views open up this Montreal space. Tristan's Open and Light Space

Bottom Row (left to right):
6. A pint-sized Parisian apartment with colorful DIY touches. Yoanna's Bright and White Attic
7. Fabulous Farrow and Ball paint makes this London flat sparkle. Ise's London Pad
8. A London flat with lovely Scandinavian touches. Christina's Mostly Scandinavian Flat
9. The split-level architecture adds interest and space to make up a grand total of 375 square feet. Stefan's Split Level
10. The theme of this delightful space from down under is fun. Steve's Sydney Sun

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Claire is a California native living in London who loves discovering the city with her husband and French bulldog Watson. With a background in photography and interior design, her current creative obsessions include sewing, printmaking, and anything neon.

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