How do our house tour subjects cram such style into such small spaces? Like this! These tours are all between 200 and 500 square feet but they manage to pack a punch. Have your own small space? See how these folks did it and get inspired to take advantage of every inch.
Evan's 295 sq foot Manhattan studio has so many different zones (including an outside space!) it feels much, much bigger.
Take the tour: Evan's Modern & Cozy Manhattan Studio
Tesha's pad is the smallest on this list at only 224 square feet but she uses so many smart tricks it's perfectly functional and super stylish.
Take the tour: Tesha's Little Space, Big Style
Jennifer has the room in her smartly designed 325 square feet to share with two cats!
Take the tour: Jennifer's Streamlined Simplicity
Matt's working with 300 square feet but manages to house an efficient, functional kitchen, big bed and lounge area.
Take the tour: Matt's Just Right New York Studio
Logan's 400 square foot LA apartment uses calming shades of grey/blue to make it look spacious and cohesive. Gorgeous.
Take the tour: Logan's Petite Sophisticate Studio in Los Feliz
Ashley and Bryan's Cambridgeport, MA space is only 440 square feet but a smart layout makes it seem miles bigger.
Take the tour: Ashley & Bryan's Northern Comfort
In the West Village, space gets expensive fast so Kate uses lots of expanding white with colorful accents to perk up her 500 square foot place.
Take the tour: Kate's West Village Charm
Perhaps a record, this Toronto apartment houses three people in 500 square feet.
Take the tour: Amie, Emma, and Francesca's "Goodbye to the Dorm" Apartment