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Trending on Remodelista: Small Spaces, Big Impact

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Trending on Remodelista: Small Spaces, Big Impact

November 15, 2019

Lots of inspiration over on Remodelista this week for those who live in square-foot-challenged spaces or just love ingenious design.

Architect Ryan Leidner built a flexible-use 535-square-foot studio space that feels like a little sanctuary. Photograph by Mariko Reed, courtesy of Ryan Leidner Architecture, from Before & After: A Derelict Shed in San Francisco Transformed Into an Artist’s Studio.
Above: Architect Ryan Leidner built a flexible-use 535-square-foot studio space that feels like a little sanctuary. Photograph by Mariko Reed, courtesy of Ryan Leidner Architecture, from Before & After: A Derelict Shed in San Francisco Transformed Into an Artist’s Studio.
One of our favorite bathrooms from the Remodelista archives is proof that great things come in small packages. (How small? Let&#8\2\17;s put it this way: It&#8\2\17;s in an apartment that measures just 400 square feet.) Photograph by Justine Hand, from Steal This Look: A Hudson Valley Artist’s Above-the-Shop Bath.
Above: One of our favorite bathrooms from the Remodelista archives is proof that great things come in small packages. (How small? Let’s put it this way: It’s in an apartment that measures just 400 square feet.) Photograph by Justine Hand, from Steal This Look: A Hudson Valley Artist’s Above-the-Shop Bath.
Above: A studio by photographer Gillian Stevens that manages to feel spacious and airy? See how she did it in Kitchen of the Week: A Photographer’s Light-Flooded Shaker-Scandi Carriage Studio.
Above: Alexa, our resident market sleuth, sourced the most stylish space heaters on the market, including several that would work in tight spaces. See this one from PlusMinusZero, plus nine more in 10 Easy Pieces: Good-Looking Space Heaters.
Above: After a recent visit to Japan, Margot became enamored with Japanese-made laundry accessories, which are often designed with space constraints in mind. See her list of clever products in Japanese Laundry: Small-Space Solutions (Many via Amazon) from a Spotless Country.

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