Don't let any area go to waste.
The breakfast bar idea in tip #3? Absolutely genius.
We love how eccentric is it!
It's already been repinned more than 40,000 times on Pinterest.
If you think pet hair builds up quickly in your house...
It's like a dream come true.
1,000-square-feet doesn't feel like a sacrifice when an is well-designed.
This could really change small space living forever.
First of all, your walls definitely don't have to be white.
Yes, that really is a kitchen table that can hide in the ceiling.
From the inside, these cleverly designed abodes don't feel so teeny.
You're looking at someone's entire home. If you're asking, "but where's the bed?" — just wait.
It's all in the way you arrange your furniture.
Gary McBournie exercised restraint — and paid homage to history — when fixing up this boathouse.
The interior is effortlessly glowing — and anything but claustrophobic.
Make it a multifunctional, welcoming space.
Turn that tiny pocket of outdoor space into your favorite hangout.
No backyard? Get creative.
Say goodbye to TV trays, or worse, eating on your bed.