Small spaces can feel spacious with a few clever design ideas. This week the Remodelista investigated visual tricks to “move” walls, discovered simple furniture silhouettes, and found corner sinks to fit a tiny bath. See their favorite five small-space design ideas to steal:
“A magic thing about New York is the way that, every now and then, you stumble upon a little jewel box—a room, a restaurant—on a side street, behind an innocuous storefront, where you least expect it,” writes Annie. Inside she finds a fresh way to use dried flowers and nine other design ideas to steal from New York’s Newest, Tiniest Jewelbox Restaurant.
Simple Wood Furniture
For flat-packed furniture that’s “clean-lined, some midcentury-inspired, and each piece takes less than 15 minutes to assemble at home,” see this week’s Furniture post.
See this week’s Remodeling 101 post for A Quick Guide to Chair Rails, Picture Rails, and Wainscoting.
“When remodeling an extra-small bathroom—say a guest bath or under-stairs powder room—sometimes all you have is a corner to work with,” writes Alexa. See a roundup of our favorite corner sinks in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.
Corral spare coins, keys, rubber bands, guitar picks, and other flotsam on a tray. Suddenly a mess is transformed into a vignette.