People who live in small spaces, and do it well, must be both organized and creative.
It isn’t the life for everyone. But it is a way to be both frugal and happy and still have more choices in life.
Instead of paying for a huge mortgage on a large house half your lifetime, you might want to travel to exotic places or start checking things off your bucket list.
Below are examples of small living spaces that do the words “small space living” justice.
The choice of chairs is perfect because they don’t take up much visual space.
The tall book shelf leads the eye vertically and adds storage space. The plant on the other side of it adds balance.
This is a room that serves dual purposes. It is both a living space and an office.
The designer did a great job of dividing the spaces with area rugs.
The yellow door is both whimsical and draws the eye outside to wide open spaces.
The shelves are on the wall, so they don’t take up any floor space.
This studio apartment does what it needs to, yet does not look at all cluttered.
It serves as a living space, bedroom and office combined.
The eye is immediately drawn to the two tall windows that open up the space with natural light.