Whether your space is small, like in this Woolloomooloo apartment, or large, art can be the star of the show and have a huge impact on the decor. In this case it brings alot of drama and interest to an otherwise boring structure lacking architectural details. Another fabulous project by Sydney-based interior designer . (Photos: Felix Forest)
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A cleverly crafted but tiny 11 m² seasonal rental in Paris’ 10th arrondissement. Because not all of us can, need or aspire to live in a mansion all the time. Marie-Lisaséphine by .
Photography by Bertrand Fompeyrine
Bára is devoted reader of our blog from the Czech Republic (or Czechia) and dabbles in interior design as a hobby. She recently completed this project and I had to share because it’s the cutest little pad, the colours she chose are stunning, and I’d love to stay here! I recently remodelled (on a tight budget) this small apartment in an Art Nouveau building in Prague to serve as an airbnb. We had to leave the kitchen cupboards and bathroom without major changes, but at least applied black “sticker” on the fridge and backsplash tiles. It’s so cozy and I love the drama of the dark wall colours and the mural. Find the listing .
I spotted this Stockholm apartment on the website and had to share because it is not painted white!!! The homeowner, , did some work reconfiguring the very small apartment along with coming up with quite a beautiful colour palette. The space is still a bit oddly configured with the kitchen now placed in a hallway, and the former kitchen turned into the bedroom (the bedroom used to be included in the living room), but it’s got the necessities and I wouldn’t want to sleep in my living room either. I am so in love with the colours she chose – a ‘rose-red’ in the foyer (Whispering Red from Lisatun), ‘dirt pink’ in the living room (Light Peach Blossom from Little Greene) and lots of dark grey (Lisatun’s Vallmofrö, Picky Living’s 4502-y). Photos: .
Large on style, small in footprint. At only 32 sq m Canning Cottage by Melbourne-based interior design firm contains tone on tone living spaces, bedroom and central bathroom pod within a small heritage workers cottage. Streamlined, modern and with great functionality and storage it is a fresh and fabulous take on small space living.