Every home has something to teach and each small home in the Small Cool contest holds lessons and tricks for living well while living small. Below is some wisdom from today's crop of entries including creating a feeling of luxury, savvy book storage and playing up a room's height.
Take a look at today's entries and vote for your favs!
Maris loves vintage and thrift store finds, but instead of making her home feel like a secondhand store, her stylish displays give off a cool, museum vibe.
Ginger's teeny bedroom still feels grand with rich blue walls, a wallpapered room divider and texture-filled bedding — proof that minimalism in a small room isn't the only way to go.
Danielle's living room has a triangular shape which could be challenging for laying out furniture. She smartly chose a triangular coffee table which balances the seating area beautifully.
Such Great Heights
Ryan's home has enviably high ceilings and tall windows and the arc lamp emphasizes this positive feature.
Every Trick in the Book
If you're a book collector, Tess's strategy of using three identical bookcases lined up together is a good way to create a home library that looks orderly.
Go Over Big
Nadia is a fan of big furniture and big art which, counterintuitively, can make a small home seem larger.
The color gray is carried throughout Tari's room which keeps it visually uncomplicated and chic.
Sleep On It
In Michelle's studio, her bed is also the couch. The large pillows give it the appearance of a sofa and are easily removable at night.