Small Space Style:10 Not-So-Big Homes in Seattle

We have seen a wide range of small spaces come out of our Seattle tours and reader submissions including a bungalow studio at just 125 square feet and new build lofts under 1,000 square feet. These small spaces of the Emerald City have traits that combine the geometric shapes of mid-century modern style with crisp greys and whites inspired by the often bleak weather.

Top Row:

1. Khris and Valerie's Old Seattle, 560 square feet

2. James' Seattle Apartment with NYC Style, 450 square feet

3. Kristen's Seattle Studio, 125 square feet

4. Mark's Urban Architect Loft, 680 square feet

5. Stephen's Mid-Century in Seattle, 950 square feet

Bottom Row:

6. Kathryn and Joey's Eclectic DIY Condo, 800 square feet

7. Bianca's Classic Capitol Hill Home, 520 square feet

8. Dan'l's Caretakers Apartment, 700 square feet

9. Suki's Small Studio in Seattle, 450 square feet

10. Kathryn's Lucky Location, 600 square feet

(Image credits: readers Kris & Valerie; Kelsey Boyce; Kristen Ellis; outhause image workspace; reader Stephen; readers Kathryn & Joey; reader Bianca; reader Dan'l; reader Suki)

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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.