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172 m2 | 3 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. Spacious one bedroom apartment floorplans for independent seniors. Live your life and Larksfield Place offers one bedroom apartments ranging from to 1, square feet. Each plan is Floor Plan · One Bedroom Deluxe Floor Plan. Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan.

Follow Us The walls are kept free from clutter. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere. A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles.

Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed. But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size. Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic.

If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing. A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot. A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size. His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments.

Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV?

It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture.

Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

But I remember this Mad About You episode — it was the finale, no? And my mother felt so vindicated when she watched it with me aired! Because I was so vocal about how I felt about my name… But then their daughter grew up and was fighting with Helen Hunt about how much she hated her name and wanted to rename herself to Sonia — and said that it was also an anagram.

What is it! This inspired me to subscribe to cooks magazine. Its so rare for me to read a physical magazine anymore, but the prints alone seem worth it! Great apartment! Thank you for a wonderful post about a wonderful family! I love seeing how people create space within small space, and how they learn to bend and flow around each other. How does Mabel access her little nook behind the bookshelf? Yes to this! I love this so much.

I feel like I could be Bridgets opposite. I have a predominantly black, white and navy wardrobe. I wear my hair in a neat blonde bob. I have a biggish house with minimal stuff. Something about these interview though just made me want to dive into their life. How warm and beautiful and cozy it seems. Absolutely lovely. Thank you so much for sharing this home with us! We walk everywhere and live out on our front steps, meeting everyone. Where are you? Right here. Oh yeah, and I also like it when we have to move the Christmas tree to get into the dining room.

We put it on wheels. It has been a great choice for us both socially and environmentally, which are both priorities in my life. Cheers to Small Home Life!

I understand this house tour shows a less than ideal layout, but just the square foot seem totally fine to me. Might be because I grew up in a family of four living in sqft with one tiny bathroom and one small galley kitchen and it never seemed small to me, but honestly, that is fairly average in so many places her in Europe.

It just always seems so apologetic. On the other hand hardly ever does someone apoligize or justify or gives reasons for having lots of bathrooms or playrooms or gyms or excessive storage space, as though this was the rule and not the exception.

Love the Christmas tree on wheels — now i think they should always come on wheels! Cheers to small house life! We solved the issue of storage by not having many possessions. This is one of the first house tours I can really relate to!

All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this! I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal. Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families!

You have shown how so many others do it successfully. However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout. Just a suggestion:. I was just going to say this exact thing! I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together!

Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love. Great post!

So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals.

My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle. And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post! Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise. Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us!

Good for her, not for me! This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room? Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders.

Love the posts with tours! Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space. Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism. This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space.

I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops. I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean? Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista. Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy. I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles. What a super sweet family!

I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet. My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair. Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely.

This is a great profile! I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see! It can definitely be done and I love the style here.

I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too. The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug. Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF. This post gave me an idea! This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone! Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood.

Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then!

I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband. Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries.

I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools. Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves.

I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those! Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy!

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263 m2 | 3 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Mar 18, - sq. foot studio apartment albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru the kitchen a "L-​shape", move the door to the left side and have the 'living room' be the sleeping area. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. The Craftsman GHB plan features a 1 storey layout in square feet. Available in several sizes, these guest houses are designed to complement our.

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Support Us Disclaimer Privacy Policy. All Rights Reserved. Get the best in architecture and design Delivered directly to your inbox. A daily dose of outstanding design pictures and tips in your inbox. Inspiration from the best in the industry. Watch, adapt, adopt! Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture.

Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed.

The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment.

It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs.

Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations.

Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas.

In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook. Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Continue to 10 of 12 below.

719,000
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Traditional Floor Plan
155 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan. bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment.

Recommended reading: A 40 square meter apartment. We bring to you inspiring visuals of cool homes, specific spaces, architectural marvels and new design trends.

Home Designing. Follow Us The walls are kept free from clutter. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link.

This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere. A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles.

Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic.

If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing. A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot. A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size.

His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room.

See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas.

Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire.

The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging.

The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition.

There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below.

Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man.

711,000
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109 m2 | 2 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
This article explores a couple of homes that have a dinky floor plan that comes in below square feet, offering plenty of wonderful inspiration for those of us. Spacious one bedroom apartment floorplans for independent seniors. Live your life and Larksfield Place offers one bedroom apartments ranging from to 1, square feet. Each plan is Floor Plan · One Bedroom Deluxe Floor Plan. Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan.

We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere. A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles. Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote.

Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations.

Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook.

Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Continue to 10 of 12 below. Low Ceilings? No Problem! Continue to 11 of 12 below. We love the bookshelves.

One of the first things we had to figure out when Bill and I moved in together was what we were going to do with all our books! Our table has an extra leaf, and we use the various chairs we have stashed around the apartment. It basically takes up the whole living room, but we can snugly seat eight people.

It helps that some of them are children. Paper flower: Tiffanie Turner. On chapter books: Mabel is very proud that she now reads by herself for a half an hour in bed before lights out. Bed frame: Target, similar. Bedding: Garnet Hill, similar. We loved it, but we decided to wait until we met the baby to see if she could pull it off. Her middle name is Peony.

I have an artist friend, Tiffanie Turner , who makes huge paper flowers. It makes me really happy. On cooking: Bill and I have gotten good at cooking together in a tiny kitchen and not crashing into one another.

With two jobs and a school-age kid, we do quick and easy stuff. Bill finds it relaxing to go into the kitchen at the end of the day and whip up dinner. We were really excited about asparagus season and had that every night for a few months. On a multi-tasking kitchen: We have a rule: no single-use things.

If something has the name of a food in it — an egg slicer, a cherry pitter — you can probably just do it with a knife. When I was first dating Bill, I was in graduate school and living at home with my mom in the East Bay. When I moved out, I raided the house a little and took these hooks with me. On close quarters: Our bedroom is right between the kitchen and the living room, so it has become part of the common hangout space.

On color: My love of color is deep and profound. I usually want everything in color, my clothing, my decor, my hair! I had it platinum blonde forever, but two years ago I went pink and realized this was the true me. Yellow bookshelf: vintage, similar. Blue art: Daniel Garzi.

Squirrel plate: Isabelle Samaras. Blue bookshelf: IKEA painted blue. Bed frame: vintage, similar. On winding down: After we put Mabel to bed at eight, my husband and I try to get stuff done around the house for an hour; then from nine to ten, we hang out. By the end of the week, we just want to relax and watch TV. Desk: Vintage, similar. Green lamp: Living Accents.

The painting of the chair above my desk was the original cover of a book I did with the artist Lisa Congdon , one of my long-term authors. On sharing a bathroom: When Mabel started school, we worked it out very carefully on paper: when everyone gets up, when everyone uses the bathroom, when everyone leaves the house.

Our morning has a choreographed, predictable routine. Bill and I are pretty quiet, while Mabel is a boisterous seven-year-old. Thank you so much, Bridget! Many more house tours , including a New Hampshire cabin and a Brooklyn high-rise apartment.

Photos by Lena Corwin for Cup of Jo. Loved looking around your beautiful home , made me so happy and seeing you all at the end was so uplifting You are just a beautiful wonderful family xxx. Our space is way smaller and poorly thought out, not to mention super hot with the sun facing a massive window all summer afternoon, so we end up blocking the natural light out to at least "try" to cool it off…. I might just pin every single photo from this house tour.

And I can totally see how they fell in love with the windows, especially the one in their dining nook. What a charming home! This is gorgeous inspo for tiny living! I play at minimalism, but I hoard books and papers, and my husband is an unabashed maximalist. We are a family of 5 people, 2 cats and a big white Labrador, living in an square foot house.

We have a large back yard which helps. But to manage and mother successfully in this small space I study how other people live in small spaces love your design posts and binge read about how to get rid of and keep clutter at a minimum. But I still love our small…basically tiny house. The hardest part is the dog likes to sleep on the sofa and so I have a covered-part sectioned off for him.

He is a big boy so he needs a significant part of the small house and not to just be banished to a corner. Also…the cats are too afraid of the dog to go outside to use the bathroom these days, so we have had to bring in a litter box.

The litter box is kept in the bathtub. We learned to keep it in there because if it is kept out on the bathroom floor, the cats kick litter everywhere and my kids end up tracking it around the house on their feet and into their beds. So with the litter box in the bathtub, the litter stays contained and I clean it out once a day before evening bath time…spray some diluted bleach in the bath and move the box just for the evening until all 3 kids are in bed.

I like the kids growing up close to me though. I can hear if someone gets sick in the night and I never worry about anyone breaking in the house as I can hear everything in every room. And our dog is a pretty loud barker.

So we have a pretty crazy life in our small house. But I love that we have our gorgeous little Westelm dining table that I saved up for for a year. And we have guitars hanging in 2 rooms. We have only items that are useful on a frequent basis, or are beautiful or loved. Laundry is the hardest as it needs to be done in the shed and is easy to get behind with.

But I read about the family of 6 who live in the white school bus and feel very connected. It is nice to not be the only ones thriving in a small space.

We are a house of love and learning and I feel so incredibly grateful for this roof over our heads and the sweet eclectic neighborhood we live in. Beautiful, colourful, cosy and real. Thank you so much for sharing this. I loved this tour so much! Thank you! What a gorgeously colourful and happy home, so many interesting things to look at, wow! LOVE the peony too!! Suitcases of love letters! Relationship goals right there. What a treasure to cherish and pass down and hopefully never have to rescue from flames.

Alas, I just spent four years dating in San Francisco and any remaining the letter writers evaded me, but my hope in love and the world is renewed! Aah the Tender-Nob! Such a beautiful and magical neighborhood that I have very fond memories of. And such a warm and colorful home. I really loved reading about and seeing this lovely family and their quirky apartment. The books! The vintage furniture! The pictures! And I adored their creative approach to needing a room for their daughter.

A wonderful post. Thank you Cup of Jo! What a sweet family and space! I love these house tours. When we moved from suburban FL to intown Atlanta one of the best decisions ever , we gave up between square feet of space. I love the color in their apartment!

It looks so bright and welcoming. Also, the idea of a plywood bookshelf wall to create a separate room for Mabel: totally inspired. Thank you for the home tour. I was wondering the same… I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. Nothing overly professional- a sketch would do it just to get an idea how the rooms are situated. Obsessed with that rug!! I did some research and Lulu and Georgia is selling one that looks so so so close to it! I love their home! Thanks for the wonderful tour.

At the end — I believe it was after learning this from one of their own mothers — they go in a totally different direction and choose MABEL. How sweet is that? It still gets me after all these years. Thanks, Sophie! I had no idea. I wonder if Mabel will be in it? And I grew up really disliking my name because I lived in a part of a world where that name is super uncommon and often mispronounced — it was embarrassing! And I got teased ALL the time. But I remember this Mad About You episode — it was the finale, no?

And my mother felt so vindicated when she watched it with me aired! Because I was so vocal about how I felt about my name… But then their daughter grew up and was fighting with Helen Hunt about how much she hated her name and wanted to rename herself to Sonia — and said that it was also an anagram. What is it! This inspired me to subscribe to cooks magazine.

547,000
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137 m2 | 9 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. This article explores a couple of homes that have a dinky floor plan that comes in below square feet, offering plenty of wonderful inspiration for those of us. bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room.

Follow Us The walls are kept free from clutter. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere.

A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles. Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below.

Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below.

Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook. Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this! I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal.

Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families! You have shown how so many others do it successfully. However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout. Just a suggestion:. I was just going to say this exact thing! I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together!

Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love. Great post! So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals. My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle.

And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post! Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise.

Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us! Good for her, not for me! This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room? Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders. Love the posts with tours! Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space.

Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism. This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space.

I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops. I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean? Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista. Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy. I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles. What a super sweet family!

I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet. My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair.

Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely. This is a great profile! I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see! It can definitely be done and I love the style here. I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too.

The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug. Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF. This post gave me an idea! This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone!

Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood. Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then! I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband. Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries.

I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools. Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves.

I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those! Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience! You can see the love between them! How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by.

I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Thanks for sharing and got some great ideas for living in a small space! In fairness, avocado slicers are the ONE single use item we have in our kitchen…. At the rate we eat avocados, it earns its keep I am married to a hand surgeon and he can spot avocado-related hand injuries from the moment a patient walks in the door!

I feel like if the house had a choice in the matter, this is how it would have decorated itself. I love the idea of using vintage suitcases to store memories, letters, etc. I have an old shoebox in the back of my closet for notes, cards, photos that I want to save, but this would be such a nicer way to display it, without actually displaying it.

My first thought was how small it seemed for 3 people; but then I realized that everyone has their priorities. In Central Europe, a sq feet apartment equaling about 55 sq metres is considered a fair living space for a three-person family! I know many families with more than one kid and pets!

But the arrangement is usually reversed: its the parents who sleep in the living room usually on a pull out , and the kids have a room of their own. As you might think, sleeping in a common room on a pull out strains many marriages! When I was small, my family of six yep, SIX shared a teeny tiny two-bedroom, square-foot apartment!

Needless to say, we were all very close… in just about every way! Is there a secret doorway?! I love their space! It is so cheery, cozy, and inviting. I lived for years in small urban apartments.

We did this with our last place and I was so much happier with color on the walls…and the landlords liked it so much they let us leave it when we moved. We did check with the landlord prior to painting just to be on the safe side. Yes exactly! Well, guess what. We painted. Worth it to us to make that investment. But my goodness, at this point they would have to move all the books in order to get to the walls.

I think maybe accept the fact that the books and artwork served the purpose of colorful walls. Just a fantastic post, cup of jo. This apartment tour is one of my favorites and I am not a maximalist. So nice to see people living true to themselves and their living space extends that ethic. I recognize it from Zuri — they have great dresses.

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Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan. bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan.

Home Designing. Follow Us The walls are kept free from clutter. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere. A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles.

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The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture.

This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors.

But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition.

It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below.

Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas.

In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook. Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Continue to 10 of 12 below.

Low Ceilings? No Problem! Continue to 11 of 12 below. Yes Please! This square foot dwelling also has a square foot yard.

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bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment.

I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together! Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love. Great post! So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals.

My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle. And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post! Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise. Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us! Good for her, not for me!

This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room? Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders. Love the posts with tours! Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space.

Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism. This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space. I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops. I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean?

Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista. Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy.

I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles. What a super sweet family! I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet. My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair. Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely.

This is a great profile! I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see! It can definitely be done and I love the style here. I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too. The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug.

Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF. This post gave me an idea! This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone!

Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood. Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then! I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband.

Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries. I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools. Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized!

I love the plywood wall with book shelves. I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those!

Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience! You can see the love between them! How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by.

I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Thanks for sharing and got some great ideas for living in a small space! In fairness, avocado slicers are the ONE single use item we have in our kitchen…. At the rate we eat avocados, it earns its keep I am married to a hand surgeon and he can spot avocado-related hand injuries from the moment a patient walks in the door!

I feel like if the house had a choice in the matter, this is how it would have decorated itself. I love the idea of using vintage suitcases to store memories, letters, etc. I have an old shoebox in the back of my closet for notes, cards, photos that I want to save, but this would be such a nicer way to display it, without actually displaying it. My first thought was how small it seemed for 3 people; but then I realized that everyone has their priorities.

In Central Europe, a sq feet apartment equaling about 55 sq metres is considered a fair living space for a three-person family! I know many families with more than one kid and pets!

But the arrangement is usually reversed: its the parents who sleep in the living room usually on a pull out , and the kids have a room of their own. As you might think, sleeping in a common room on a pull out strains many marriages! When I was small, my family of six yep, SIX shared a teeny tiny two-bedroom, square-foot apartment!

Needless to say, we were all very close… in just about every way! Is there a secret doorway?! I love their space! It is so cheery, cozy, and inviting. I lived for years in small urban apartments. We did this with our last place and I was so much happier with color on the walls…and the landlords liked it so much they let us leave it when we moved.

We did check with the landlord prior to painting just to be on the safe side. Yes exactly! Well, guess what.

We painted. Worth it to us to make that investment. But my goodness, at this point they would have to move all the books in order to get to the walls. I think maybe accept the fact that the books and artwork served the purpose of colorful walls. Just a fantastic post, cup of jo. This apartment tour is one of my favorites and I am not a maximalist. So nice to see people living true to themselves and their living space extends that ethic.

I recognize it from Zuri — they have great dresses. Have one myself. My close friend Ashleigh started this company in Kenya! They are amazing dresses and people! Wonderful dresses. I have one and use it as a tunic or a light jacket as well. AND you can finagle it into a skirt. It looks like its from Zuri!

I second third? Flattering, modest, well-made, washable, no need to iron, plus come in a range of prints from exuberant to restrained. This apartment tour is one of the few that looks really well-loved and actually lived in! I love the vintage furniture and all the books! I am so grateful there are people in the world like Bridget and her family to add color and levity and joy and to balance out people like me a bit serious and stodgy and in need of space and little stuff.

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In fact, there are a multitude of creative ways for utilizing the space you have any making it feel more open and ample. Of course, you can't magically expand your apartment's footprint unless you knock down your neighbor's walls. The apartment layouts below show how easy it is to work with what you have and successfully decorate a small space.

The possibilities are limitless—even with a shortage of square footage. Make your apartment feel colossal by creating separate living areas.

But how much square footage should you assign to each section? Want to invite friends over for Netflix? The person who lives in this NYC studio created a large living room worthy of a binge-watching party by sacrificing some bedroom and dining space. If you're not allowed to paint your walls, here's another idea to steal from this apartment — Removable, peel and stick wallpaper.

It's easy to install, and it will dress up dull walls without jeopardizing the security deposit. If you're always on the go and home is just a place where you shower and sleep, why not style your apartment like a boutique hotel room?

But the star of this apartment , as you'll find in any stylish hotel room, is the comfortable bed decked out in high thread count sheets. When it comes to small space decorating, nothing beats the magical room expanding powers of low profile, midcentury furniture. Compared to many contemporary styles, midcentury designs sit much closer to the floor, which makes ceilings and windows appear taller.

If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed. But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size. Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic. If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing.

A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot. A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size.

His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room.

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Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan. Spacious one bedroom apartment floorplans for independent seniors. Live your life and Larksfield Place offers one bedroom apartments ranging from to 1, square feet. Each plan is Floor Plan · One Bedroom Deluxe Floor Plan. bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room.

We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere.

A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles. Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

Support Us Disclaimer Privacy Policy. All Rights Reserved. Get the best in architecture and design Delivered directly to your inbox. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance?

The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel.

Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook.

Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Continue to 10 of 12 below. Low Ceilings? No Problem! Continue to 11 of 12 below. Yes Please!

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The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. Spacious one bedroom apartment floorplans for independent seniors. Live your life and Larksfield Place offers one bedroom apartments ranging from to 1, square feet. Each plan is Floor Plan · One Bedroom Deluxe Floor Plan. The Craftsman GHB plan features a 1 storey layout in square feet. Available in several sizes, these guest houses are designed to complement our.

Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

Support Us Disclaimer Privacy Policy. All Rights Reserved. Get the best in architecture and design Delivered directly to your inbox. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below.

Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas.

In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook. Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Continue to 10 of 12 below. Low Ceilings? No Problem! Continue to 11 of 12 below. Yes Please! Loved looking around your beautiful home , made me so happy and seeing you all at the end was so uplifting You are just a beautiful wonderful family xxx. Our space is way smaller and poorly thought out, not to mention super hot with the sun facing a massive window all summer afternoon, so we end up blocking the natural light out to at least "try" to cool it off….

I might just pin every single photo from this house tour. And I can totally see how they fell in love with the windows, especially the one in their dining nook. What a charming home! This is gorgeous inspo for tiny living! I play at minimalism, but I hoard books and papers, and my husband is an unabashed maximalist. We are a family of 5 people, 2 cats and a big white Labrador, living in an square foot house.

We have a large back yard which helps. But to manage and mother successfully in this small space I study how other people live in small spaces love your design posts and binge read about how to get rid of and keep clutter at a minimum.

But I still love our small…basically tiny house. The hardest part is the dog likes to sleep on the sofa and so I have a covered-part sectioned off for him. He is a big boy so he needs a significant part of the small house and not to just be banished to a corner. Also…the cats are too afraid of the dog to go outside to use the bathroom these days, so we have had to bring in a litter box.

The litter box is kept in the bathtub. We learned to keep it in there because if it is kept out on the bathroom floor, the cats kick litter everywhere and my kids end up tracking it around the house on their feet and into their beds.

So with the litter box in the bathtub, the litter stays contained and I clean it out once a day before evening bath time…spray some diluted bleach in the bath and move the box just for the evening until all 3 kids are in bed.

I like the kids growing up close to me though. I can hear if someone gets sick in the night and I never worry about anyone breaking in the house as I can hear everything in every room.

And our dog is a pretty loud barker. So we have a pretty crazy life in our small house. But I love that we have our gorgeous little Westelm dining table that I saved up for for a year. And we have guitars hanging in 2 rooms. We have only items that are useful on a frequent basis, or are beautiful or loved.

Laundry is the hardest as it needs to be done in the shed and is easy to get behind with. But I read about the family of 6 who live in the white school bus and feel very connected. It is nice to not be the only ones thriving in a small space. We are a house of love and learning and I feel so incredibly grateful for this roof over our heads and the sweet eclectic neighborhood we live in.

Beautiful, colourful, cosy and real. Thank you so much for sharing this. I loved this tour so much! Thank you! What a gorgeously colourful and happy home, so many interesting things to look at, wow! LOVE the peony too!! Suitcases of love letters! Relationship goals right there. What a treasure to cherish and pass down and hopefully never have to rescue from flames. Alas, I just spent four years dating in San Francisco and any remaining the letter writers evaded me, but my hope in love and the world is renewed!

Aah the Tender-Nob! Such a beautiful and magical neighborhood that I have very fond memories of. And such a warm and colorful home. I really loved reading about and seeing this lovely family and their quirky apartment.

The books! The vintage furniture! The pictures! And I adored their creative approach to needing a room for their daughter. A wonderful post. Thank you Cup of Jo! What a sweet family and space! I love these house tours. When we moved from suburban FL to intown Atlanta one of the best decisions ever , we gave up between square feet of space. I love the color in their apartment! It looks so bright and welcoming. Also, the idea of a plywood bookshelf wall to create a separate room for Mabel: totally inspired.

Thank you for the home tour. I was wondering the same… I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. Nothing overly professional- a sketch would do it just to get an idea how the rooms are situated. Obsessed with that rug!! I did some research and Lulu and Georgia is selling one that looks so so so close to it! I love their home! Thanks for the wonderful tour. At the end — I believe it was after learning this from one of their own mothers — they go in a totally different direction and choose MABEL.

How sweet is that? It still gets me after all these years. Thanks, Sophie! I had no idea. I wonder if Mabel will be in it? And I grew up really disliking my name because I lived in a part of a world where that name is super uncommon and often mispronounced — it was embarrassing! And I got teased ALL the time.

But I remember this Mad About You episode — it was the finale, no? And my mother felt so vindicated when she watched it with me aired!

Because I was so vocal about how I felt about my name… But then their daughter grew up and was fighting with Helen Hunt about how much she hated her name and wanted to rename herself to Sonia — and said that it was also an anagram.

What is it! This inspired me to subscribe to cooks magazine. Its so rare for me to read a physical magazine anymore, but the prints alone seem worth it! Great apartment! Thank you for a wonderful post about a wonderful family! I love seeing how people create space within small space, and how they learn to bend and flow around each other. How does Mabel access her little nook behind the bookshelf?

Yes to this! I love this so much. I feel like I could be Bridgets opposite. I have a predominantly black, white and navy wardrobe. I wear my hair in a neat blonde bob. I have a biggish house with minimal stuff. Something about these interview though just made me want to dive into their life. How warm and beautiful and cozy it seems.

Absolutely lovely. Thank you so much for sharing this home with us! We walk everywhere and live out on our front steps, meeting everyone. Where are you? Right here. Oh yeah, and I also like it when we have to move the Christmas tree to get into the dining room. We put it on wheels. It has been a great choice for us both socially and environmentally, which are both priorities in my life.

Cheers to Small Home Life! I understand this house tour shows a less than ideal layout, but just the square foot seem totally fine to me. Might be because I grew up in a family of four living in sqft with one tiny bathroom and one small galley kitchen and it never seemed small to me, but honestly, that is fairly average in so many places her in Europe.

It just always seems so apologetic. On the other hand hardly ever does someone apoligize or justify or gives reasons for having lots of bathrooms or playrooms or gyms or excessive storage space, as though this was the rule and not the exception.

Love the Christmas tree on wheels — now i think they should always come on wheels! Cheers to small house life! We solved the issue of storage by not having many possessions. This is one of the first house tours I can really relate to!

All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this! I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal. Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families! You have shown how so many others do it successfully.

However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout. Just a suggestion:.

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The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. The Craftsman GHB plan features a 1 storey layout in square feet. Available in several sizes, these guest houses are designed to complement our. Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan.

Its so rare for me to read a physical magazine anymore, but the prints alone seem worth it! Great apartment! Thank you for a wonderful post about a wonderful family! I love seeing how people create space within small space, and how they learn to bend and flow around each other. How does Mabel access her little nook behind the bookshelf? Yes to this! I love this so much. I feel like I could be Bridgets opposite. I have a predominantly black, white and navy wardrobe.

I wear my hair in a neat blonde bob. I have a biggish house with minimal stuff. Something about these interview though just made me want to dive into their life. How warm and beautiful and cozy it seems. Absolutely lovely. Thank you so much for sharing this home with us! We walk everywhere and live out on our front steps, meeting everyone.

Where are you? Right here. Oh yeah, and I also like it when we have to move the Christmas tree to get into the dining room. We put it on wheels. It has been a great choice for us both socially and environmentally, which are both priorities in my life. Cheers to Small Home Life! I understand this house tour shows a less than ideal layout, but just the square foot seem totally fine to me. Might be because I grew up in a family of four living in sqft with one tiny bathroom and one small galley kitchen and it never seemed small to me, but honestly, that is fairly average in so many places her in Europe.

It just always seems so apologetic. On the other hand hardly ever does someone apoligize or justify or gives reasons for having lots of bathrooms or playrooms or gyms or excessive storage space, as though this was the rule and not the exception. Love the Christmas tree on wheels — now i think they should always come on wheels! Cheers to small house life! We solved the issue of storage by not having many possessions.

This is one of the first house tours I can really relate to! All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this!

I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal. Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families! You have shown how so many others do it successfully. However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout.

Just a suggestion:. I was just going to say this exact thing! I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together! Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love.

Great post! So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals.

My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle. And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post! Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise.

Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us! Good for her, not for me! This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room?

Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders. Love the posts with tours! Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space. Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism.

This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space. I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops. I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean?

Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista.

Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy. I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles. What a super sweet family! I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet.

My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair. Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely. This is a great profile! I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see!

It can definitely be done and I love the style here. I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too. The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug. Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF. This post gave me an idea! This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone! Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood.

Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then! I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband.

Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries. I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools. Fun apartment tour.

I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves. I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those!

Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience! You can see the love between them! How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by. I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

Support Us Disclaimer Privacy Policy. All Rights Reserved. Get the best in architecture and design Delivered directly to your inbox. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition.

There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs.

Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below.

Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas.

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A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan. Mar 18, - sq. foot studio apartment albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru the kitchen a "L-​shape", move the door to the left side and have the 'living room' be the sleeping area.

I feel like I could be Bridgets opposite. I have a predominantly black, white and navy wardrobe. I wear my hair in a neat blonde bob. I have a biggish house with minimal stuff. Something about these interview though just made me want to dive into their life. How warm and beautiful and cozy it seems.

Absolutely lovely. Thank you so much for sharing this home with us! We walk everywhere and live out on our front steps, meeting everyone.

Where are you? Right here. Oh yeah, and I also like it when we have to move the Christmas tree to get into the dining room. We put it on wheels.

It has been a great choice for us both socially and environmentally, which are both priorities in my life. Cheers to Small Home Life! I understand this house tour shows a less than ideal layout, but just the square foot seem totally fine to me.

Might be because I grew up in a family of four living in sqft with one tiny bathroom and one small galley kitchen and it never seemed small to me, but honestly, that is fairly average in so many places her in Europe.

It just always seems so apologetic. On the other hand hardly ever does someone apoligize or justify or gives reasons for having lots of bathrooms or playrooms or gyms or excessive storage space, as though this was the rule and not the exception. Love the Christmas tree on wheels — now i think they should always come on wheels! Cheers to small house life!

We solved the issue of storage by not having many possessions. This is one of the first house tours I can really relate to! All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this! I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal. Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families!

You have shown how so many others do it successfully. However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout. Just a suggestion:. I was just going to say this exact thing! I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together!

Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love. Great post! So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals. My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle.

And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post!

Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise. Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us! Good for her, not for me! This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room? Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders. Love the posts with tours!

Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space. Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism. This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space. I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops.

I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean? Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista.

Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy. I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles. What a super sweet family! I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet.

My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair. Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely. This is a great profile!

I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see!

It can definitely be done and I love the style here. I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too. The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug. Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF.

This post gave me an idea! This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone! Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood.

Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then!

I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband. Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries. I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools.

Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves.

I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those! Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience!

You can see the love between them! How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by. I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Thanks for sharing and got some great ideas for living in a small space! In fairness, avocado slicers are the ONE single use item we have in our kitchen…. At the rate we eat avocados, it earns its keep I am married to a hand surgeon and he can spot avocado-related hand injuries from the moment a patient walks in the door!

I feel like if the house had a choice in the matter, this is how it would have decorated itself. I love the idea of using vintage suitcases to store memories, letters, etc. I have an old shoebox in the back of my closet for notes, cards, photos that I want to save, but this would be such a nicer way to display it, without actually displaying it.

My first thought was how small it seemed for 3 people; but then I realized that everyone has their priorities. In Central Europe, a sq feet apartment equaling about 55 sq metres is considered a fair living space for a three-person family!

I know many families with more than one kid and pets! But the arrangement is usually reversed: its the parents who sleep in the living room usually on a pull out , and the kids have a room of their own. As you might think, sleeping in a common room on a pull out strains many marriages! When I was small, my family of six yep, SIX shared a teeny tiny two-bedroom, square-foot apartment!

Needless to say, we were all very close… in just about every way! Is there a secret doorway?! I love their space! It is so cheery, cozy, and inviting. I lived for years in small urban apartments. We did this with our last place and I was so much happier with color on the walls…and the landlords liked it so much they let us leave it when we moved. We did check with the landlord prior to painting just to be on the safe side. Yes exactly! Well, guess what.

We painted. Worth it to us to make that investment. But my goodness, at this point they would have to move all the books in order to get to the walls. I think maybe accept the fact that the books and artwork served the purpose of colorful walls. Just a fantastic post, cup of jo. This apartment tour is one of my favorites and I am not a maximalist. So nice to see people living true to themselves and their living space extends that ethic.

I recognize it from Zuri — they have great dresses. Have one myself. My close friend Ashleigh started this company in Kenya! They are amazing dresses and people! Wonderful dresses. I have one and use it as a tunic or a light jacket as well. AND you can finagle it into a skirt. It looks like its from Zuri! I second third? Flattering, modest, well-made, washable, no need to iron, plus come in a range of prints from exuberant to restrained.

This apartment tour is one of the few that looks really well-loved and actually lived in! I love the vintage furniture and all the books! I am so grateful there are people in the world like Bridget and her family to add color and levity and joy and to balance out people like me a bit serious and stodgy and in need of space and little stuff. What a good way to start tuesday. Thanks all!

Amazing space! I love seeing unconventional apartments and smaller spaces on here. Good on Mabel for reading Harry Potter! I love it! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. In order to grow our small business, Cup of Jo earns revenue in a few different ways.

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Clock: Bai Design. BATHROOM On sharing a bathroom: When Mabel started school, we worked it out very carefully on paper: when everyone gets up, when everyone uses the bathroom, when everyone leaves the house. Tags: house tours. Comments Practically perfect in every little way. This looks so homey and cozy and beautifully lived in! And all those shelves!

I adore this couple and their apartment. It feels very happy and cozy. Thanks for the tour. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere.

A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles. Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote.

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Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan.

On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We tidy up every evening, and everything has a designated spot.

Since our kitchen is so small, we actually store a lot of stuff in our living room. We keep our glasses on the gold rack, and the black desk drawers hold our silverware, napkins and linens.

One is stuffed with all the letters I wrote to my husband in the early days of our romance; the other has all the letters he wrote to me. I was living in the East Bay and he was living in the city, so we only saw each other on the weekends, and got really into mailing each other letters.

Green chair: vintage, similar. Blue chair: CB2, similar. On the bookshelves: When Mabel was a baby, we put her crib in the corner of the living room. When she got bigger, we put up a plywood wall of bookshelves to section off a room for her. We love the bookshelves. One of the first things we had to figure out when Bill and I moved in together was what we were going to do with all our books!

Our table has an extra leaf, and we use the various chairs we have stashed around the apartment. It basically takes up the whole living room, but we can snugly seat eight people. It helps that some of them are children. Paper flower: Tiffanie Turner. On chapter books: Mabel is very proud that she now reads by herself for a half an hour in bed before lights out.

Bed frame: Target, similar. Bedding: Garnet Hill, similar. We loved it, but we decided to wait until we met the baby to see if she could pull it off.

Her middle name is Peony. I have an artist friend, Tiffanie Turner , who makes huge paper flowers. It makes me really happy. On cooking: Bill and I have gotten good at cooking together in a tiny kitchen and not crashing into one another. With two jobs and a school-age kid, we do quick and easy stuff. Bill finds it relaxing to go into the kitchen at the end of the day and whip up dinner.

We were really excited about asparagus season and had that every night for a few months. On a multi-tasking kitchen: We have a rule: no single-use things. If something has the name of a food in it — an egg slicer, a cherry pitter — you can probably just do it with a knife. When I was first dating Bill, I was in graduate school and living at home with my mom in the East Bay. When I moved out, I raided the house a little and took these hooks with me.

On close quarters: Our bedroom is right between the kitchen and the living room, so it has become part of the common hangout space. On color: My love of color is deep and profound. I usually want everything in color, my clothing, my decor, my hair! I had it platinum blonde forever, but two years ago I went pink and realized this was the true me. Yellow bookshelf: vintage, similar. Blue art: Daniel Garzi. Squirrel plate: Isabelle Samaras.

Blue bookshelf: IKEA painted blue. Bed frame: vintage, similar. On winding down: After we put Mabel to bed at eight, my husband and I try to get stuff done around the house for an hour; then from nine to ten, we hang out. By the end of the week, we just want to relax and watch TV. Desk: Vintage, similar. Green lamp: Living Accents. The painting of the chair above my desk was the original cover of a book I did with the artist Lisa Congdon , one of my long-term authors.

On sharing a bathroom: When Mabel started school, we worked it out very carefully on paper: when everyone gets up, when everyone uses the bathroom, when everyone leaves the house. Our morning has a choreographed, predictable routine.

Bill and I are pretty quiet, while Mabel is a boisterous seven-year-old. Thank you so much, Bridget! Many more house tours , including a New Hampshire cabin and a Brooklyn high-rise apartment. Photos by Lena Corwin for Cup of Jo. Loved looking around your beautiful home , made me so happy and seeing you all at the end was so uplifting You are just a beautiful wonderful family xxx.

Our space is way smaller and poorly thought out, not to mention super hot with the sun facing a massive window all summer afternoon, so we end up blocking the natural light out to at least "try" to cool it off…. I might just pin every single photo from this house tour.

And I can totally see how they fell in love with the windows, especially the one in their dining nook. What a charming home! This is gorgeous inspo for tiny living! I play at minimalism, but I hoard books and papers, and my husband is an unabashed maximalist. We are a family of 5 people, 2 cats and a big white Labrador, living in an square foot house. We have a large back yard which helps.

But to manage and mother successfully in this small space I study how other people live in small spaces love your design posts and binge read about how to get rid of and keep clutter at a minimum. But I still love our small…basically tiny house. The hardest part is the dog likes to sleep on the sofa and so I have a covered-part sectioned off for him.

He is a big boy so he needs a significant part of the small house and not to just be banished to a corner. Also…the cats are too afraid of the dog to go outside to use the bathroom these days, so we have had to bring in a litter box. The litter box is kept in the bathtub.

We learned to keep it in there because if it is kept out on the bathroom floor, the cats kick litter everywhere and my kids end up tracking it around the house on their feet and into their beds. So with the litter box in the bathtub, the litter stays contained and I clean it out once a day before evening bath time…spray some diluted bleach in the bath and move the box just for the evening until all 3 kids are in bed.

I like the kids growing up close to me though. I can hear if someone gets sick in the night and I never worry about anyone breaking in the house as I can hear everything in every room. And our dog is a pretty loud barker. So we have a pretty crazy life in our small house. But I love that we have our gorgeous little Westelm dining table that I saved up for for a year. And we have guitars hanging in 2 rooms.

We have only items that are useful on a frequent basis, or are beautiful or loved. Laundry is the hardest as it needs to be done in the shed and is easy to get behind with.

But I read about the family of 6 who live in the white school bus and feel very connected. It is nice to not be the only ones thriving in a small space. We are a house of love and learning and I feel so incredibly grateful for this roof over our heads and the sweet eclectic neighborhood we live in. Beautiful, colourful, cosy and real. Thank you so much for sharing this. I loved this tour so much! Thank you! What a gorgeously colourful and happy home, so many interesting things to look at, wow!

LOVE the peony too!! Suitcases of love letters! Relationship goals right there. What a treasure to cherish and pass down and hopefully never have to rescue from flames.

Alas, I just spent four years dating in San Francisco and any remaining the letter writers evaded me, but my hope in love and the world is renewed! Aah the Tender-Nob! Such a beautiful and magical neighborhood that I have very fond memories of.

And such a warm and colorful home. I really loved reading about and seeing this lovely family and their quirky apartment. The books! The vintage furniture! The pictures! And I adored their creative approach to needing a room for their daughter. A wonderful post. Thank you Cup of Jo! What a sweet family and space! I love these house tours. When we moved from suburban FL to intown Atlanta one of the best decisions ever , we gave up between square feet of space.

I love the color in their apartment! It looks so bright and welcoming. Also, the idea of a plywood bookshelf wall to create a separate room for Mabel: totally inspired.

Thank you for the home tour. I was wondering the same… I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. Nothing overly professional- a sketch would do it just to get an idea how the rooms are situated.

Obsessed with that rug!! I did some research and Lulu and Georgia is selling one that looks so so so close to it! I love their home! Thanks for the wonderful tour. At the end — I believe it was after learning this from one of their own mothers — they go in a totally different direction and choose MABEL.

How sweet is that? It still gets me after all these years. Home Designing. Follow Us The walls are kept free from clutter. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere.

A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles. Did you like this article? When it comes to small space decorating, nothing beats the magical room expanding powers of low profile, midcentury furniture. Compared to many contemporary styles, midcentury designs sit much closer to the floor, which makes ceilings and windows appear taller.

If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed. But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size. Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect.

Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic. If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing. A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot.

A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size.

His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs.

Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas.

Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway.

If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell.

Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight.

Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging.

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A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan. bright studio apartment. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru Just because your studio is less than square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. The Craftsman GHB plan features a 1 storey layout in square feet. Available in several sizes, these guest houses are designed to complement our.

Where are you? Right here. Oh yeah, and I also like it when we have to move the Christmas tree to get into the dining room. We put it on wheels. It has been a great choice for us both socially and environmentally, which are both priorities in my life. Cheers to Small Home Life!

I understand this house tour shows a less than ideal layout, but just the square foot seem totally fine to me. Might be because I grew up in a family of four living in sqft with one tiny bathroom and one small galley kitchen and it never seemed small to me, but honestly, that is fairly average in so many places her in Europe.

It just always seems so apologetic. On the other hand hardly ever does someone apoligize or justify or gives reasons for having lots of bathrooms or playrooms or gyms or excessive storage space, as though this was the rule and not the exception. Love the Christmas tree on wheels — now i think they should always come on wheels! Cheers to small house life! We solved the issue of storage by not having many possessions. This is one of the first house tours I can really relate to!

All of our walls are painted dark or bright colors and I just love it. I have never been able to articulate it quite like this. Loved this! I saw that too, what a sweet, happy crew. I like that they can stay organized and not be minimal. Love their color! Thank you for featuring small houses and how they operate for families!

You have shown how so many others do it successfully. However it would be great if you could show some floor plans. I sometimes find it hard to visualise where things are without an overall layout. Just a suggestion:. I was just going to say this exact thing! I love these posts and seeing all the creative ways people style their apartments, but find it difficult to visualize how they all fit together!

Yes Please! My husband and I and our month-old will be attempting a small living situation so that we can afford to stay in the neighborhood we love. Great post! So cute. I live in a Brooklyn 1-bedroom with my husband, 1-year-old and 45 lb dog and I think Bridget and her sweet family are my more stylish spirit animals. My husband and I are constantly discussing the merits of moving, but we love many things about our diverse, relaxed neighborhood and walk-everywhere lifestyle.

And Mabel, Harry Potter is the best. Go at your own speed and enjoy! Takes the pressure off! With six of us in our home sharing a bathroom I really appreciate this post! Our working! With 2 dogs, a husband, a kid and a normal income, we chose Boise. Seeing these photos, which are awesome, I know I made the right choice for us! Good for her, not for me! This made me laugh! I grew up in Boise and it was a horrible, small minded town. Can you source the light colored bookshelves in the living room?

Hi Melissa! They make pine shelves in standard sizes and also do custom orders. Love the posts with tours! Such lovely windows into the three personalities living and breathing in this space. Sometimes, I feel like Cup of Jo features homes of a certain type — soothing, stylish, but tending towards minimalism. This was a refreshing change, and proof that colorful, maximalist living can also be calm and contained in a small space.

I love her and her mind…!!! Bridget, I have a very old home with vintage tile countertops. I loath them because they are impossible to keep clean?

Do you have any magic secrets to share by chance? I saw a solution to build a plywood counter to fit over existing counters for a rental on Remodelista. Tons of work, but not expensive if you are handy. I have an all white kitchen with snowy white English tiles.

What a super sweet family! I loved this peek into their lovely colorful and cozy home. One of my favorites so far. I love how she speaks of the morning bathroom ballet. My brother always was allowed in the bathroom in the time slot before my mom and I needed to dry our hair. Oh my gosh, I love Bridget so much. Her blog and Instagram are so bright and lovely.

This is a great profile! I feel like one would be painful for me. We are a family of four in square feet, so this was really fun to see! It can definitely be done and I love the style here. I have been on a rug hunt for the last 2 months. I have that exact rug too. The one in the link above took me to a square one, but this is the one that lloks like her living room rug.

Love this tour! Great use of space and I like seeing how a couple and young child make it work living in SF. This post gave me an idea!

This post made me reflect on my own square-foot apartment — my time first living alone! Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood. Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then!

I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband. Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries. I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools.

Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves. I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!!

When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those! Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience! You can see the love between them!

How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by. I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Thanks for sharing and got some great ideas for living in a small space!

In fairness, avocado slicers are the ONE single use item we have in our kitchen…. At the rate we eat avocados, it earns its keep I am married to a hand surgeon and he can spot avocado-related hand injuries from the moment a patient walks in the door! I feel like if the house had a choice in the matter, this is how it would have decorated itself. I love the idea of using vintage suitcases to store memories, letters, etc.

I have an old shoebox in the back of my closet for notes, cards, photos that I want to save, but this would be such a nicer way to display it, without actually displaying it. My first thought was how small it seemed for 3 people; but then I realized that everyone has their priorities.

In Central Europe, a sq feet apartment equaling about 55 sq metres is considered a fair living space for a three-person family! I know many families with more than one kid and pets! But the arrangement is usually reversed: its the parents who sleep in the living room usually on a pull out , and the kids have a room of their own.

As you might think, sleeping in a common room on a pull out strains many marriages! When I was small, my family of six yep, SIX shared a teeny tiny two-bedroom, square-foot apartment! Needless to say, we were all very close… in just about every way! Is there a secret doorway?! I love their space! Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

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Inspiration from the best in the industry. Watch, adapt, adopt! Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors.

But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home.

Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout.

Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook.

Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed.

967,000
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203 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 10 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Mar 18, - sq. foot studio apartment albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru the kitchen a "L-​shape", move the door to the left side and have the 'living room' be the sleeping area. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. Square Foot Apartment Uses Glass Walls To Create Two Bedrooms. Smart Small Apartment Apartment. Square Foot Modern Apartment Floor Plan.

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This small home interior takes a different route entirely, incorporating a whole host of eclectic items to form a welcoming homey atmosphere. A central circular coffee table helps the free-flow of the layout, keeping the energy of the space moving without halting at right angles.

Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway?

Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed.

The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed?

You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs.

Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel.

Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout.

Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook.

324,000
* €/m2
259 m2 | 9 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Mar 18, - sq. foot studio apartment albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru the kitchen a "L-​shape", move the door to the left side and have the 'living room' be the sleeping area. The clients put an emphasis on storage, layout, and materials, which is evident in the finished KW Apartment. A Square-Foot Family Apartment in San Francisco On living in a small space: Our apartment is square feet, and we are certainly not minimalists! We make it I would love if those home stories included a floor plan.

Each place marks a little stepping stone of adulthood. Brilliant idea!! Ha ha, Blythe, I feel you! About six years ago I moved to a new city to live near my then bf now husband I have lived in 11 different spaces since then! I have moved around a lot, even before my relationship with my husband. Interesting stuff. Love this Blythe! I totally agree — having moved 12 times in the last 9 years, including 3 different countries.

I love all the books and the vintage desk. Those desks remind me of my grandfather. He was a clockmaker and had several desks like that filled with tiny tools. Fun apartment tour. I love this place, the books everywhere and the way they are organized! I love the plywood wall with book shelves.

I felt kindred spirit-y when I saw the cooks illustrated covers in the kitchen!! When we first got married, my husband and I did that too!! Our daughter knows at least a dozen more types of mushrooms and shellfish than we did at her age because of those! Loved this house tour the most! This makes my occasional-maximalist self happy! Living in a space this small with 4 ppl takes a lot of creativity and patience! You can see the love between them!

How beautiful. I think it must be so comforting for Mabel to have everyone so close by. I feel like I want to go hang out with them. Thanks for sharing and got some great ideas for living in a small space! In fairness, avocado slicers are the ONE single use item we have in our kitchen…. At the rate we eat avocados, it earns its keep I am married to a hand surgeon and he can spot avocado-related hand injuries from the moment a patient walks in the door!

I feel like if the house had a choice in the matter, this is how it would have decorated itself. I love the idea of using vintage suitcases to store memories, letters, etc.

I have an old shoebox in the back of my closet for notes, cards, photos that I want to save, but this would be such a nicer way to display it, without actually displaying it. My first thought was how small it seemed for 3 people; but then I realized that everyone has their priorities. In Central Europe, a sq feet apartment equaling about 55 sq metres is considered a fair living space for a three-person family! I know many families with more than one kid and pets!

But the arrangement is usually reversed: its the parents who sleep in the living room usually on a pull out , and the kids have a room of their own.

As you might think, sleeping in a common room on a pull out strains many marriages! When I was small, my family of six yep, SIX shared a teeny tiny two-bedroom, square-foot apartment!

Needless to say, we were all very close… in just about every way! Is there a secret doorway?! I love their space! It is so cheery, cozy, and inviting. I lived for years in small urban apartments. We did this with our last place and I was so much happier with color on the walls…and the landlords liked it so much they let us leave it when we moved.

We did check with the landlord prior to painting just to be on the safe side. Yes exactly! Well, guess what. We painted. Worth it to us to make that investment. But my goodness, at this point they would have to move all the books in order to get to the walls.

I think maybe accept the fact that the books and artwork served the purpose of colorful walls. Just a fantastic post, cup of jo. This apartment tour is one of my favorites and I am not a maximalist. So nice to see people living true to themselves and their living space extends that ethic. I recognize it from Zuri — they have great dresses.

Have one myself. My close friend Ashleigh started this company in Kenya! They are amazing dresses and people! Wonderful dresses. I have one and use it as a tunic or a light jacket as well. AND you can finagle it into a skirt. It looks like its from Zuri! I second third? Flattering, modest, well-made, washable, no need to iron, plus come in a range of prints from exuberant to restrained. This apartment tour is one of the few that looks really well-loved and actually lived in! I love the vintage furniture and all the books!

I am so grateful there are people in the world like Bridget and her family to add color and levity and joy and to balance out people like me a bit serious and stodgy and in need of space and little stuff. What a good way to start tuesday. Thanks all! Amazing space! I love seeing unconventional apartments and smaller spaces on here. Good on Mabel for reading Harry Potter! I love it! Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

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Thank you for reading! Clock: Bai Design. BATHROOM On sharing a bathroom: When Mabel started school, we worked it out very carefully on paper: when everyone gets up, when everyone uses the bathroom, when everyone leaves the house. Tags: house tours. Comments Practically perfect in every little way. This looks so homey and cozy and beautifully lived in! And all those shelves! I adore this couple and their apartment. It feels very happy and cozy.

Thanks for the tour. Loved it. I also wonder about this. I could not figure out the living room flow. So resourceful! Yes, I make the very same connection when I hear the name Mabel. I smile every time. Would love to see her week of outfits! I absolutely love your home and your family seems so wonderful! Thank you for sharing. Really wanna know where that shower curtain is from………. Small House Life! I love the pattern.

What a loveable family and a real, cozy, lovely home. This is a really good one! And that is why I have watched The Office times! They look so…happy! The ubiquity of minimalism was getting me down. Thanks for this post. I love this comment! Classic cup of jo public service broadcasting! Just a thought : : :. I love this idea! I use a grapefruit spoon to get the pit out. Works very well and no stitches! What a great space!!!!! Design Favorite Books.

Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

Support Us Disclaimer Privacy Policy. All Rights Reserved. Get the best in architecture and design Delivered directly to your inbox. If you're always on the go and home is just a place where you shower and sleep, why not style your apartment like a boutique hotel room? But the star of this apartment , as you'll find in any stylish hotel room, is the comfortable bed decked out in high thread count sheets.

When it comes to small space decorating, nothing beats the magical room expanding powers of low profile, midcentury furniture. Compared to many contemporary styles, midcentury designs sit much closer to the floor, which makes ceilings and windows appear taller. If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed.

But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size.

Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic. If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing.

A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot. A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size.

His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional.

Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway?

Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell.

Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed.

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