Living Large in Small Spaces


Even amply-sized homes have certain areas where space is tight. Here are tips to help you maximize your space with style.

  • Bunkbeds. Bunkbeds save space and are a great deal of fun. The built-ins in the sweet cottage nook are great for girls. (Top image.) Adults are also using bunkbeds in vacation rentals, with draperies to add privacy. (Bottom image.)
small spaces

Image via Apartment Therapy. Richard Leo Johnson Photography

 

bunkbeds

Image via Enchanted Home. Design: M Elle

 

  • Kitchen desks. Studies and offices are great. But we all know that many thank-you notes and bills are taken care of in the kitchen. So why not have a built-in desk that coordinates with your cabinetry? It will help remove clutter from the kitchen table.

 

built-in desk

Image via Houzz

 

  • Banquettes. Custom cushions make a residential banquette a cozy area where all family members can make eye contact and conversation over cereal or cards. With nooks like these, a formal dining room (though wonderful) no longer feels like a necessity.
banquette

Image via House and Home

Image 1: Apartment Therapy

Image 2: The Enchanted Home

Image 3: House and Home

 

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