Tiny kitchens call for big style ideas. Here, have cleverly employed a café-style scheme in simple monochrome. Open shelving above above the cook and prep zone keep essentials close to hand and along the wall storage and decoration come together in the form of elongated horizontal shelves. Photography by .
Sydney inner-city terraces are not known for their generous spaces, but this charming home squeezes in a lot of style into a tiny footprint. Project by and photography by .
Linking to the outdoors always adds depth to small homes, and here in a tiny bathroom, an outdoor shower adds luxury and elegance to the space. Created by the room cleverly utilises formerly wasted space and the touch of greenery brings vibrancy into the room that is also treated to life-enhancing natural light. Photography by .
Featuring a simple, low-lying bed, plenty of books close to hand and easy-to-reach storage, this tiny bedroom in a New York loft featured on proves small and perfectly formed will always win in the style stakes. Photography by and styling Kate Jordon.
Nothing says ‘small space style’ like a New York loft apartment. In this home featured on , the owners have made the most of up instead of across. A loft bedroom hovers above the living room alcove and a dining table and kitchen is tucked in neatly on the other side. Photography by and styling Kate Jordon.
and solved the space dilemma in this small home by using timber joinery. It adds solid beauty to a hardworking kitchen space that also has to accommodate a passageway and link to a living area. Photography by . Shortlisted for Residential Decoration Category in the Australian Interior Design Awards 2016.
Created by and , this tiny and very beautiful home boasts a bedroom filled with texture and storage. Solid timber joinery is the star of the space and is a detail that is echoed throughout the home, cleverly linking the spaces. Upholstery softens the effect alongside floor-length light-diffusing sheer curtains. Photography by . Shortlisted for Residential Decoration Category in the Australian Interior Design Awards 2016.
Vast swathes of natural light and double-sized sliding glass doors make this apartment’s small footprint feel airy and spacious. Cleverly combining a living space, dining room, office and kitchen, the design of this home works hard but looks effortless, thanks to the team at . Photography by . Image from the
Up a level from the living zone, this bedroom created by the team at echoes the perky yellow built-in cupboards used below. Making a statement out of the oversized storage is a bold move that pays off in the style stakes and adds a bolt of colour to the small home. Photography by . Image from the