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3 More Tips for Making the Most of Your Tiny Kitchen

The kitchen is an essential component of any home, and you likely spend a lot of your time there. You prepare your daily meals here and you might host gatherings with family or friends in your kitchen. But if you live in a small apartment or home, you probably don’t have a very spacious kitchen. That doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of this area. Even a small kitchen can be organized in a way that makes it Read More...

4 Pieces of Furniture That Fit Perfectly in Tiny Homes

Tiny living means you have less stuff to manage, but what little you have you need to manage well. Keeping things organized and put away will make your house feel more spacious and less cluttered. Bathroom Cabinet Few people can put all of their bathroom necessities in one small medicine chest. Instead, consider adding a bathroom cabinet directly over the toilet so you have space for all your personal cleansing supplies. Also, look for a shallow spot in your tiny home Read More...

Why a Tiny Home Might Be Right for You

Tiny homes are very popular, but how do you know if one is right for you? They offer advantages other homes can’t, and they fit the unencumbered lifestyle many people crave. If you think you want a tiny house, consider the other benefits they have to offer. You’ll Save a Lot of Money Tiny homes are much cheaper to buy or build than a traditionally sized home. They have less square footage, which means you won’t pay a lot for heating Read More...

How to Pull Off a Retro Interior Home Design in Your Tiny Home

More people today seem to be into retro interior home-design styles. It seems that the common home furnishings and decor elements from the 1970s through the 1990s are popular retro eras many wish to draw from in these more modern times. Using this decorating style in tiny homes can be a bit of a challenge, but it’s certainly not impossible. Look for smaller kitchen appliances and scaled-down furniture in your favorite retro time period. The 70s According to Flooring America, interior Read More...

Is Minimalism Going to Be the Future of Home Design?

If you’ve gotten tired of dealing with excess possessions and you wish that you could enjoy more open space in your home, then the minimalism trend might have piqued your interest. However, before diving in, you’ve probably wondered whether minimalism applies to interior design in a way that will endure in the future. Read on to learn more about minimalist design in order to decide whether it’s right for you.  Minimalism and Interior Design Minimalism centers around the idea that less Read More...

3 Wall Fixes for a More Attractive Living Space

Are you looking to add some personality to your living space? Your walls are the perfect place to use your imagination to liven up your home. Read on to learn three wall fixes for a more attractive living space. Paint Paint is the most commonly used medium for adding color to walls, and new wall color can make a huge impact on a space. There is plenty of room for bringing your own style to the painting process. You can choose Read More...

The Art of Using Mirrors as a Design Element in Your Home

When it comes to decorating small spaces, mirrors offer the most transformative fix. They open spaces, reflect light and provide a “wow” factor. Still, there’s an art to using these statement-making pieces as a design element. So, before you start hanging mirrors in every room, keep these designer tips in mind. Expanding a Small Room Ask any interior designer to name one design technique that can expand a small room, and most will mention the use of mirrors for creating the Read More...

3 Key Elements Every Small Home Needs to Be Comfortable

Small homes offer a multitude of attractive benefits such as a significantly lower price tag than their 2000-square-foot counterparts, less maintenance and upkeep, and minimalist living. However, small homes may be overly romanticized on television programs, so it’s important to know what it really takes to be comfortable and thrive in a smaller space. Three key elements to making your small home comfortable are flow of air, convenience of movement and sufficient storage. Airflow Everything that increases air moisture in a Read More...

5 Tips for Integrating Security with Interior Design

As a homeowner, home security is a major topic. There are many products that exist to keep your home safe. An alarm system is a great way to protect your home. Camera systems are also a great way to prevent burglars from breaking into your home. However, a lot of these products are not very attractive. If you want to keep your home safe without destroying the look of the home, consider these tips. Create Some Noise Most break-ins happen in Read More...

Redecorating a Room? Plan it Out First

When your interior design style has changed or you’re trying to keep up with the latest trends, it may be time to redecorate certain areas of your home to make it look contemporary and appealing. Redecorating can allow you to express yourself with the decor and color shades used throughout the setting to ensure it feels like your personal space. If you’re ready to get started, there are a few ways to make a plan first to ensure it’s Read More...