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Luxury Tiny House with Flexible Configuration and Large Kitchen

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The Alpha Tiny House is a functional tiny home on wheels with sliding overhead glass door and flexible living area.

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Freshen up your home like this cozy cottage-style home in California, designed by Lindsay Chambers.

Open Concept Elegant Tiny House on a Spacious Lot in Colorado

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Located within the city limit on a ¾ acre lot in Boulder, Colorado, this 450 square foot small home embodies minimalism and elegance.

Beautifully Designed Tiny House with Luxury Kitchen and Spacious Living Area

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Luxury Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living is a 256 sq. ft. mobile home on a 24 ft. Trailer.

Double-Height Casita and New Pool Added to a Small Backyard

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A modern concrete pool house and a small swimming pool designed by Elizabeth Baird Architecture Design create a cozy sanctuary for a young family in Austin, Texas.

Chic Industrial Style Holiday Cottage In Tuscany

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This charming “tiny house” in Cana, Italy, a small medieval village in Tuscany, has been stylishly refurbished by Bedini Partners.

Living On The Edge: A Glass and Concrete Cantilevered Studio in the Okanagan

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Dubbed The Flying Leap Studio, this 480 square foot glass and concrete house overlooking Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, Canada insanely cantilevers over the edge!

This Tiny Luxury Mobile Home Lets You Live Simply In Comfort

Interior design ideas for small homesDesigned by Tiny Hamptons, this luxury tiny house on wheels gives you all the comfort of a modern home.



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Kitchen design ideas for affordable upgrades or full kitchen renovations.

The kitchen is the centre of any house and a place that we all visit a number of times every day. When entertaining, it becomes a focal point of preparation and is increasingly incorporated in open plan living areas to create a sense of inclusion and space. Even small kitchens can be given a new outlook simply by opening them out onto an adjoining dining or living area with the removal of a single wall.

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Spaced is a collection of interior design ideas from Australian homes. Use it as inspiration for your interior, landscaping and architectural projects. Great for getting ideas for your bathroom renovation, new kitchen design and inspiration for living areas or outdoor layouts. Email us, but please note that we cannot help with identifying suppliers or colours at this point. For more specific sub-sites, also see Paving Photos and Swimming Pool Landscaping Ideas.



26 Small Bedroom Decorating Ideas That Will Leave A Major Impression

When a space has good style, size doesn’t matter.

Small bedrooms can have a big impact with the right design. Whether you opt for the illusion of more square footage or embrace what you have, there are endless ways to make a small space livable and chic.

Here are 26 inspiring small bedroom ideas to try.

In the guest bedroom of a Paris apartment, the custom forged-iron bed frame is finished in gold leaf and is dressed with pillows in Robert Normand and Lelièvre fabrics. The light fixture is a 1940 plaster bird sculpture, and the curtains are of a Pierre Frey chintz and Dedar fabric.

Inside a historic house in upstate New York, the grey-and-white guest room downstairs makes a case for the less-is-more approach. The bed is dressed in linens by Matteo, the side chair was found in India and the stool is from Dennis & Leen. The lithograph is by Joan Miró.

In Northern France, the daybed in this guest room is Louis XVI, and is the perfect, small-space alternative to a large bed frame. The side table in the same style is from the 19th century.

The custom bed in this Oakland, California guest room is a sleek twin size, maximizing floor space without sacrificing comfort. The linens are by Ralph Lauren Home, the floor lamp is by Original BTC, the rug is Persian, and the glitter-on-canvas artwork is by René Garcia, Jr.

In a tight guest bedroom in Paris, the custom day-bed, walls and curtains are in Pierre Frey fabrics. French doors flood the space with natural light, making the space feel larger.

In a young couple’s monochromatic Swedish home, the master bedroom blends white and cool brown for a color scheme that makes the petite space feel more open and airy. The bed is by Hästens, and the lamp and stool are vintage.

The 18th-century sleigh bed in the master bedroom of a Paris pied-a-terre is covered in a Travers fabric; the 17th-century Italian wall sconce is from Galerie Sylvain Lévy- Alban.

In art and furniture dealer Ralph Pucci’s Long Island beach house, a guest bedroom is characterized by whispers of grey and blue, which give the small space some big personality. The Charles P. Rogers bed is dressed in bedding by Restoration Hardware , and a Bertoia chair is paired with a vintage Indonesian desk. The photograph is by Christopher Makos .

In a couple’s 19th-century villa high in the hills on the isle of Capri, even the home’s smaller spaces offer an easygoing, contemporary retreat. In the tiny guest room, an installation of porcelain roses is by Art et Floritude. The marble tub is antique, and the floor is paved with travertine tiles.

In Ralph Lauren executive Buffy Birrittella’s East Hampton home, the bed in the master bedroom is from the Sundance Catalog. It is dressed with Ralph Lauren Home linens and an antique American quilt. The blanket chest and Tramp Art mirror are vintage, the sconces are by Ralph Lauren Home and the bedside table is custom made.

Ceramist Amanda Moffat’s Brooklyn townhouse has a big dose of personality with saturated colors, intricate patterns and an array of treasured heirlooms, and the attic bedroom is no exception. The Louis Vuitton trunk in the attic bedroom belonged to Moffat’s mother, the bed is dressed in Coyuchi linens, the 19th-century chair is from John Derian and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White.

New York City-based decorator Alex Papachristidis designed two twin beds, upholstered in a Mokum fabric, for the charming guest room in his London apartment. The side table is by John Dickinson.

In the historic 19th-century London house of Milan-based design duo, Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori , a small guest bedroom’s headboard, bed skirt, coverlet and wall covering are all of the same Braquenié cottons. The pillows are covered with 19th-century Fez broderie.

Home designer Michael Maher made the most of his small guest room in New Jersey by tucking twin beds under the eaves of the room. Maher designed the upholstered headboards and the coverlets are antique matelassé.

In Brazilian architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s Paris home, an 18th-century fabric fragment hangs above the guest-room bed. The chair is Indian and the wall is upholstered in a cotton by Fabricut .



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Let’s face it: Tiny nooks are the coziest snoozing spots.

Cramped quarters can feel claustrophobic, but a little strategic styling can transform a snug bedroom into a restful retreat. Make the most of your small space with these multitasking decorating ideas.

In her master bedroom, Justina Blakeney designed a curvy headboard with built-in nightstands. A vintage pendant eliminates the need for a table lamp, leaving more room for books.

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Lacking a spare bedroom in his New York apartment, Amir Khamneipur created a pair of six-foot-long banquettes that pivot to become twin beds. Upholstered in a Perennials outdoor fabric, they have built-in drawers for stashing luggage.

Don’t be fooled. Dark colors do work in small spaces, including Moises Esquenazi’s Los Angeles bungalow. Benjamin Moore’s Newburg Green on the guest room walls plays off fabrics in hot tropical colors. “I don’t mind a bedroom that feels small, especially since its primary use is for sleeping,” he says. “Why should it not be dark, moody or sensual?”

In his “moody and eclectic” bedroom, designer Stephen Shubel mounted flea-market finds against a black wall. Genuine Fake Books wallpaper by Deborah Bowness creates the illusion of more space.

Shop a similar look: newspaper pillows ($10, etsy.com)

Mann-o-Print curtains frame a guest bedroom’s nautical berth with built-in drawers. The Louis XVI portrait is a photocopy paper assemblage by Woody Biggs.

Shop a similar look: navy and white curtains (price upon request, houseofmann.com), anchor pillow ($46, jossandmain.com), yellow bedding ($21, jossandmain.com)

To lighten up her studio’s windowless bed alcove, Sara Bengur painted the walls in Colorhouse’s Grain .01. It “makes the room feel like it’s bathed in Mediterranean sunshine,” she says. The hand-embroidered wool bedcover, kilim throw pillows and mohair-and-wool throw are all from Sara Bengur Shop.

In a tiny coastal cottage, a corner desk also acts as a nightstand. Underbed drawers sneak in extra storage, while walls covered in Designers Guild’s Moselle linen give off a restful vibe.

Shop a similar look: pale blue headboard ($138, jossandmain.com), aqua velvet pillow ($53, wayfair.com)

The master bedroom of a 950-square-foot Venetian retreat “feels like the inside of a boat, and the key was to keep it simple and cozy,” says designer Matthew White. He designed the screen, made by Il Prato out of their hand-printed paper, to function like a headboard and give the bed a little more substance. The colors repeat the same terra-cottas and blues seen throughout the apartment.

Sconces bracket a 525-square-foot apartment’s bed and take up less space than table lamps. The custom shades pick up the colors of the headboard, upholstered in Le Manach’s Toiles de Tours Nuage and trimmed in carpet binding.

Shop a similar look: monogrammed pillows ($50, etsy.com)

In a Marin County, California, beach house designed by Erin Martin and homeowner Kim Dempster, closet mirrors in the master bedroom expand the sense of space. The CB2 platform bed is covered in vintage French linen.

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In Kelly Giesen’s Manhattan apartment, the Wolf Home headboard, hung on the wall to save space, is upholstered in a silver fabric from Gray Line Linen. Tiny crystals glint on a Michelle Hatch pillow. For extra shimmer, Giesen had John Mahoney’s Kiku Komon wallpaper printed on silver Mylar. The chandelier is available through Kelly G Design.

In a 400-square-foot Brooklyn apartment designed by Fitzhugh Karol and Lyndsay Caleo of The Brooklyn Home Company, IKEA’s Brimnes bed has drawers underneath, for more storage.

In Moises Esquenazi’s Los Angeles bungalow, the master bedroom is dark and cozy, with walls in Farrow Ball Mahogany No. 36. Esquenazi designed the mohair velvet headboard; curtains are Donghia’s Uma Black Print. Leather Saigon stools are from Bourgeouis Boheme. “I don’t mind a bedroom that feels small, especially since its primary use is for sleeping. Why should it not be dark, moody or sensual?” he says.

In David Kaihoi’s 64-square-foot bedroom in Manhattan, he covered the walls in an eye-catching, hand-painted 18th-century Chinese wallpaper found at auction. “The idea was to create a jewel-box effect in the bedroom, with pattern to distract your senses from the tight quarters,” he says. “I papered the wall in the spirit of a collage trying to make the most of a beautiful old thing. Call it a new take on a traditional application.”

In Bill Brockschmidt’s 640-square-foot Manhattan apartment, the master bedroom’s curtains conceal bedside tables and a large storage area behind the bed.

Shop a similar look: white and green pillow ($38, jossandmain.com), light blue pillows ($42, jossandmain.com)

Covering the walls, headboard and bed skirt in the same fabric — a striped Ralph Lauren Home silk — is a tried-and-true decorating solution for unifying a small room, like designer Sam Allen’s Connecticut apartment bedroom.

Peter Dunham gave the tiny bedroom in his 550-square-foot Los Angeles apartment a sense of drama and scale by upholstering the walls in Bukhara from his fabric line. “I have a very imposing bed that gave my poky room style, a sense of scale, and the big pattern on the walls gave it a sense of depth,” he says. “I feel like I’m living big in a small space.”

“These nesting tables are great for the small master bedroom,” designer Krista Ewart says of a California beach bungalow. “Pull the little one out at night, push it back in when you’re not using it.”

“I love the hard geometry of the chest next to the frilly curtains,” designer Nick Olsen says of the bedroom area in a 295-square-foot Brooklyn studio. To add a soft touch to the metal Heimdal bed from IKEA, he slipcovered a length of foam in Schumacher’s Hong Kong for a headboard. Because of their large scale, Mercury glass lamps from Circa Lighting make an impact. They’re set on vintage end tables — originally brown, Olsen repainted them a bright Chinese red, “because every room needs a touch of red.”

“Most people think, ‘Oh my God, it’s going to take up most of the space, and then the room is going to seem small,'” designer Kelly Delrose says of her oversized bed. “Take the converse of that: If you put something big in there, everybody walks in and immediately sees this big bed and says, ‘Oh wow, this space is really big.’ Your eye plays tricks on you. Trust me it totally works.” Ralph Lauren’s RLX Bed in black anodized aluminum and carbon fiber CF1 chair in black leather give the master bedroom a sleek, modern look.



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60+ Impressive Home Offices

Good design can set the scene for a more productive you.

You won’t mind getting work done with a retreat like the ones you see here. Check out tons of inspiring photos of the best decorating and design ideas in the books.

Turn part of the master suite into a stylish work space, like this cute command station in a Minnesota home. Janet Gridley found the vintage elephant desk at Again & Again and painted it Benjamin Moore’s White Dove for the bedroom corner.

Let pattern invigorate, not distract, your workflow. Nick Olsen upholstered an Eileen Gray day-bed with Holland & Sherry wool felt and Passementerie trim for a Manhattan home office.

Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Colema designed this study to look like a garden shed. Like the millwork throughout the Alabama house, it was painted in Farrow & Ball’s Arsenic a fresh green hue to contrast with the more traditional architecture. The client’s desk chair was re-covered in Lee Jofa’s Althea Linen.

A vintage aluminum desk and stool from Wyeth hit a midcentury-modern note in a Colorado cabin’s study. The Blanket Zig Zag wallcovering by David Rockwell is for Maya Romanoff. Chicken-wire bookcases are from Lucca Antiques and the vintage garden ball hails from Balsamo Antiques.

Designer Wesley Moon covered a set of Italian shield-back chairs in a glazed linen by Ralph Lauren Home; the antique secretary was updated with a white leather writing surface.

The library in designer Garrow Kedigian’s Manhattan apartment sheds fresh light on the classics he collects, both literary and decorative. A bergère in Pierre Frey’s Dune partners with a mid-20th-century inlaid desk. A custom Stark rug bears the designer’s hallmark Greek key pattern.

A vintage beaded wall hanging picks up the tropical hues of a San Francisco home office. Walls covered in Schumacher’s Andalus, a desk by Kindel Furniture and an Artistic Frame chair upholstered in Kravet’s Versailles velvet create “a glamorous bird’s nest,” says designer Julie Kleiner. Kravet’s Kanekopa on the window-seat cushion is trimmed in a Samuel & Sons leather cord. The ceiling is covered in Phillip Jeffries’s Glam Grass.

In a downstairs office, the walls are upholstered in three hues of Larsen’s Houston linen, which are echoed in the Roman shades of Raoul Textiles’ Riviera Stripe. Designer Frank Roop had the metal Art Deco desk, which was originally black, repainted in high-gloss azure at an auto-body shop. The Eames desk chair is from Design Within Reach.

In this home office in Manhattan, lacquered pocket doors help hide the bedroom during parties, and brass-trimmed shelves corral stationery in fabric-covered boxes. “Call me old-fashioned, but I handwrite thank-you notes and letters,” says decorator Amir Khamneipur.

The black-and-white motif of a Charleston home by Jill Sharp Weeks extends into the office. The zebra-print chairs are flea-market finds from France.



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A 72 Square Meter Apartment in the Center of Tel Aviv

A 72 square meter apartment in the center of Tel Aviv becomes a modern, sophisticated retreat for a family of four.

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Hem s New York City Pop-Up Store

Hem opened up their first New York pop-up store located in Soho featuring some of the brand’s newest furniture and homeware pieces.

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The Vipp Hotel Is Fully Booked When You Check In

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GOLDEN Designs a Modern Sales and Marketing Office for Brickworks Centre

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Amy and Jaime talk to international design star Marcel Wanders about getting kicked out of design school, small victories and more.

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clé introduces the Oh Joy! collection of handcrafted cement tiles with whimsical patterns and pastel hues.

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Elevate Life, Work and Play with Design-Driven Objects from Port of Raleigh

A boutique shop in Raleigh, North Caroina that’s filled with cleverly designed objects you’ll enjoy using everyday.

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Award-winning kitchen designers share kitchen planning and design tips to create a beautiful and functional space for you + your family.

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A Renovated Tel Aviv Apartment in a 1930 s Bauhaus Building

An architect needed help renovating his Tel Aviv apartment so he hired interior designers to come up with a modern plan.

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Austin, Texas based interior designer Jennifer Fisher, of J.Fisher Interiors, shares a mix of inspirational picks.

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