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548,000
* €/m2
237 m2 | 9 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › Property › Hong Kong & China. How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote.

This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed.

The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up. But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling.

Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish. Family Home Tour in One of L. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks.

So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare.

Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey.

This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again. The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible.

Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to.

For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag.

147,000
* €/m2
110 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 9 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot. How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos. My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to.

After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space.

Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. After living here in even more cramped quarters for a few years, I've come to see a small room as more of a feature than a bug. That's because constraints breed innovation. Or at least fun problems to solve.

Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters:. You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk. I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like. I went to Ikea and looked around.

They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria. I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks!

This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for.

It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher.

I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey.

This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away.

623,000
* €/m2
103 m2 | 6 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
less than sq ft ( square meters), including a bathroom. What's it like to live in a space that's smaller than a standard car park space? These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote.

This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters:. You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk. I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like. I went to Ikea and looked around. They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria. I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant.

Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well.

At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher.

I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process.

126,000
* €/m2
299 m2 | 4 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Nov 17, - These tiny rooms make designing a college bedroom or studio apartment seem too easy to be true. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote. These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make.

Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. Home Bedroom. This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare.

Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls.

One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space.

Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible.

Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value. This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to.

For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag. Place the bag under your bed and go back to living your life.

If after a few weeks or months you haven't found yourself searching for that old X-Men t-shirt or pair of cargo shorts why I was unsure about those I'll never know , take the bag out from under your bed and donate it to the Salvation Army, Second Mile, or Purple Heart. You already know you don't really need or want any of the stuff in the bag, since you've been living just fine without it, and you won't ever lose the memories of it because you've already taken a picture.

211,000
* €/m2
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196 m2 | 4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to. These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make. If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot.

This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed.

The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space.

Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. I'm a life-long unschooler living in New York. You can find more about me here.

For the past seven years, my personal living space has been under square feet -- and sometimes substantially so. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to having quite a bit of it.

Then I went away to college and had to share a room with another person. Then I moved to New York. After living here in even more cramped quarters for a few years, I've come to see a small room as more of a feature than a bug. That's because constraints breed innovation. Or at least fun problems to solve. Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters:. You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk.

I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like. I went to Ikea and looked around. They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria.

I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk.

Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare.

Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings.

378,000
* €/m2
265 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › Property › Hong Kong & China. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote. If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot.

On top of that, Murphy was chosen among 20 designers to take part in the One Room Challenge , and she only had six weeks to complete it, from start to finish. Read on to hear more about how she converted this tiny room into a modern, eclectic fantasy and see the before-and-after photos to prove it. This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here.

Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space.

Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century.

We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks!

This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for.

It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings.

I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space.

Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again. The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible.

Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to. For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it.

839,000
* €/m2
194 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to. How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › Property › Hong Kong & China.

Read on to hear more about how she converted this tiny room into a modern, eclectic fantasy and see the before-and-after photos to prove it. This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well.

At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare.

Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls.

One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey.

This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process.

Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible. Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing.

I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value. This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to. For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it.

Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag.

148,000
* €/m2
215 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote. These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make.

After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it.

As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish. Family Home Tour in One of L. Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well.

At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter.

This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher.

I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again. The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away.

But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible. Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing.

I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to. For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag. Place the bag under your bed and go back to living your life.

425,000
* €/m2
177 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Nov 17, - These tiny rooms make designing a college bedroom or studio apartment seem too easy to be true. less than sq ft ( square meters), including a bathroom. What's it like to live in a space that's smaller than a standard car park space? 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote.

There's nothing quite like redesigning a space from scratch. It's daunting, no doubt, but it's also incredibly exciting. This is what designer Dee Murphy of Murphy Deesign faced when she converted her square-foot spare room which had become the family junk room into a cool, eclectic guest bedroom. The house, which was originally built in , has a French Normandy style, so Murphy was keen to keep the European theme with a modern twist. On top of that, Murphy was chosen among 20 designers to take part in the One Room Challenge , and she only had six weeks to complete it, from start to finish.

Read on to hear more about how she converted this tiny room into a modern, eclectic fantasy and see the before-and-after photos to prove it. This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here.

Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well.

At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter.

This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls.

One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher.

I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space.

Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible.

Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value. This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to.

For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag. Place the bag under your bed and go back to living your life.

720,000
* €/m2
273 m2 | 9 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
less than sq ft ( square meters), including a bathroom. What's it like to live in a space that's smaller than a standard car park space? These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make. My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it.

As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. Sacha Strebe is a former Editorial Director for MyDomaine and has been writing about home and interior design for 8 years.

Hi, I'm Nick. This is my blog. I'm a life-long unschooler living in New York. You can find more about me here. For the past seven years, my personal living space has been under square feet -- and sometimes substantially so. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to having quite a bit of it. Then I went away to college and had to share a room with another person.

Then I moved to New York. After living here in even more cramped quarters for a few years, I've come to see a small room as more of a feature than a bug. That's because constraints breed innovation. Or at least fun problems to solve. Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters:. You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk.

I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like. I went to Ikea and looked around. They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria. I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant.

Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks.

So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for.

It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter.

This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

501,000
* €/m2
272 m2 | 1 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
less than sq ft ( square meters), including a bathroom. What's it like to live in a space that's smaller than a standard car park space? How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos. If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up. But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space.

Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish. Family Home Tour in One of L.

Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. Sacha Strebe is a former Editorial Director for MyDomaine and has been writing about home and interior design for 8 years. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier.

Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey.

This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible. Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need.

For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to.

For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag. Place the bag under your bed and go back to living your life.

If after a few weeks or months you haven't found yourself searching for that old X-Men t-shirt or pair of cargo shorts why I was unsure about those I'll never know , take the bag out from under your bed and donate it to the Salvation Army, Second Mile, or Purple Heart. You already know you don't really need or want any of the stuff in the bag, since you've been living just fine without it, and you won't ever lose the memories of it because you've already taken a picture.

Bonus: Before you forget, record what you donated so you can be sure to write it off come tax time. Unschooled Hi, I'm Nick. Follow me nicholasbs.

986,000
* €/m2
223 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot. How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos. My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to.

The house, which was originally built in , has a French Normandy style, so Murphy was keen to keep the European theme with a modern twist. On top of that, Murphy was chosen among 20 designers to take part in the One Room Challenge , and she only had six weeks to complete it, from start to finish. Read on to hear more about how she converted this tiny room into a modern, eclectic fantasy and see the before-and-after photos to prove it.

This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space.

They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria. I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks.

So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks! This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for.

It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter.

This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings. I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls.

One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher.

I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space.

Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible. Find an equilibrium state for your things. Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing.

I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

772,000
* €/m2
167 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot. less than sq ft ( square meters), including a bathroom. What's it like to live in a space that's smaller than a standard car park space? How designer Dee Murphy made an impossibly small square-foot bedroom look chic. Read on to see the before-and-after photos.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish. Family Home Tour in One of L.

Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. Sacha Strebe is a former Editorial Director for MyDomaine and has been writing about home and interior design for 8 years. You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk. I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like. I went to Ikea and looked around. They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria.

I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks!

This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for.

It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it.

I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings.

I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey. This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again.

The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process. Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible.

212,000
* €/m2
247 m2 | 3 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
My current bedroom is under 80 square feet, and I don't have a closet. I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to. 80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote. If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot.

This room used to be the spare room where all the family's junk would end up, from odds and ends to games, art, tchotchkes, you name it, it was in here. Of course, when Murphy first approached this project, she had no idea where to put it all. After some experimentation with one twin bed, Murphy decided that a twin bunk bed was the best option for the tiny room. The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed.

The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up. But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling.

Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish. Family Home Tour in One of L. For the past seven years, my personal living space has been under square feet -- and sometimes substantially so.

I grew up in the suburbs where space is cheap and I was accustomed to having quite a bit of it. Then I went away to college and had to share a room with another person. Then I moved to New York. After living here in even more cramped quarters for a few years, I've come to see a small room as more of a feature than a bug. That's because constraints breed innovation. Or at least fun problems to solve. Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters:.

You can find furniture that fits. When I moved into my current room, I needed a computer desk. I knew exactly where I wanted to put it, how big it needed to be, and roughly what I wanted the desk to look like.

I went to Ikea and looked around. They had maybe a dozen computer desks, none of which fit my criteria. I considered having a desk custom-made but decided that was extravagant. Then I remembered: We live in the 21st century. We no longer have to be content with choosing from only a few dozen computer desks. So I went to Amazon and searched for "computer desk. Yes, you're reading that correctly: Amazon offers about six thousand computer desks!

This means that, if you're willing to put in a little effort, you can find a desk that fits your room really, really well. At least, that's what I did, and I managed to find a desk that fits my needs just about as well as I could have asked for. It's hard to see, but my desk fits between my armoire and bed with a half-inch to spare. Get your cables under control. This one was so easy I don't know why it took my so long to do it.

I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings.

I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed.

239,000
* €/m2
253 m2 | 7 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
80 SQ FT. Ideal for storing the contents of a two bedroom flat. Holds medium sized boxes. An equivalent load to two or three Transit vans. Get A Quote. If you see an ad for an apartment, house, or land that's square feet, this would be a relatively small space, but still have separate rooms. A square foot. These rooms have a floor (and ceiling, obviously) that is 80 sq ft. For those used to metric, that same room is about m x m, or roughly sq m. To make.

The single took up the entire space without offering the two sleeping options that she really needed. The green paint shade it's Garden Grove by Fine Paints of Europe seems like an unusual option for a small room as most advice we hear is to go white to open it up.

But on top of that, she also used a patterned wallpaper for the ceiling. Somehow, it works. The hidden closet to the side of the vanity is a great way to store clothing and accessories without impacting the rest of the room and taking up precious space. Since the whole room was a complete redesign, Murphy could really have fun with it. As with any small space, storage is crucial, so Murphy ensured a lot of it was built into the walls and hidden away yet still looked stylish.

Family Home Tour in One of L. Home Bedroom. Sacha Strebe. Sacha Strebe is a former Editorial Director for MyDomaine and has been writing about home and interior design for 8 years. I just mounted my surge protector beneath my desk, added a few twist ties, and viola -- no more cable clutter. This also has the benefit of making cleaning around your cables much easier. Grow up. While the horizontal space in my room may leave something to be desired, I'm fortunate to have gloriously tall ceilings.

I've mounted a whiteboard, coat hooks, and two bookshelves on my walls. One of the bookshelves runs along the wall next to my bed. The other is mounted eight feet high, and there's still plenty of room for me to build higher. I like to think of my room as like Manhattan in this respect, except I get to look at exposed brick instead of New Jersey.

This shelf is mounted eight feet up my wall so it doesn't feel like it takes up space. Stop putting things away. Every time I clean up and find myself "putting things away" I know it's only a matter of time until I have to clean them up again. The clue is right there in the saying: putting things "away. But other stuff almost by definition can't be put away, like books you're currently reading or mail you've yet to process.

Next time you're putting something "away," ask yourself if there's a place you can put it that makes your room feel cleaner but is still accessible. Find an equilibrium state for your things.

Get rid of stuff you don't need. For someone who doesn't shop for clothes, I manage to amass an impressive amount of clothing. I also have a hard time getting rid of stuff, usually because I either tell myself I'll surely need it someday or I can't get rid of it because it has sentimental value.

This is unsustainable, and luckily a friend taught me a trick for clothes that you're having trouble ditching: Go through your clothing and take out all the stuff that you think you should get rid of but can't bring yourself to.

For anything that has sentimental value, take a picture of it. Then fold it neatly and stick it in a bag. Place the bag under your bed and go back to living your life.

If after a few weeks or months you haven't found yourself searching for that old X-Men t-shirt or pair of cargo shorts why I was unsure about those I'll never know , take the bag out from under your bed and donate it to the Salvation Army, Second Mile, or Purple Heart. You already know you don't really need or want any of the stuff in the bag, since you've been living just fine without it, and you won't ever lose the memories of it because you've already taken a picture.

Bonus: Before you forget, record what you donated so you can be sure to write it off come tax time. Unschooled Hi, I'm Nick. Follow me nicholasbs. Here are a few things I've learned living in small quarters: You can find furniture that fits. For my junior year of college I had a square foot single, but I'm going to ignore that.

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