We're focusing on living in small spaces all month long. We're inspired by the ingenuity and style packed into Lilliputian quarters and walking through our archives is a real treat! Grab a glass of sweet tea, and come tour ten tiny spaces from our Apartment Therapy readers, all set in the gorgeous, steamy south. 1. Casey Marie utilizes lots of natural light and tall ceilings to make her 565 sq. ft. studio flat in Raleigh seem expansive.
2. Vernon's 730 sq. ft. Houston apartment has a gorgeous history and beautiful details — be sure to check out the bookcases in the bedroom!
3. David's 392 sq. ft. Austin studio is tech-friendly and super smart in designating separate spaces.
4. Zach built a loft in his 505 sq. ft. Miami home to maximize space and make the most of his floorplan.
5. Part tent, part open air dwelling (outside shower, anyone?), this small, primitive space in Texas is proof that we just might need less stuff than we think!
6. At 550 sq. ft., Joanna's small Atlanta space is well-apportioned — she works from home and has planned her home carefully; she estimates that one-fourth of her space is utilized solely for her business.
7. A gorgeous view of the Houston skyline complements Adam's smart, colorful 763 sq. ft. home.
8. Will packs his living space, a home office, three bikes, and two cats into his colorful and modern 800 sq. ft. home in Greensboro.
9. Teresa's 527 sq. ft. Houston apartment makes the most of her space with minimal colors and an organized approach to decorating.
10. Grace works with slanted ceilings and small doorways in her 590 sq. ft. artsy apartment in Chapel Hill.
(Images: 1. Casey Marie's All In One Room, 2. Vernon's Left Brain Right Brain Design, 3. David's Tech-Filled Texas Studio, 4. Zach's Miami Loft & Ladder, 5. Shuan and Amy's Outside In, 6. Joanna's Live/Work Space, 7. Adam's Art Showcase, 8. Will's Modern Retreat, 9. Teresa's Neat in Neartown, 10. Grace's Sunny View)