434,695 small space Home Design Photos

Helene Dabrowski Interiors
3 Reviews
Chelsea house
Good one on limited space..very creative
the plants on the small patio
of rectangular space. Nice use of color
I love the idea of a very small media area
which will instantly free up floor space. Here, a sideboard provides storage space for DVDs and devices, but these could easily be stacked on shelves to open up the space further.Check out these top tips for positioning your TV
Think thinIn a narrow living space, choose slimline, non-fussy furniture
“Pots in garden” — earlsfieldgirl
Jeremy Harnish Designer Finishes
2 Reviews
Newport ocean front
Colors, Openness, Small space living room
Coffee table & small side chair
the sofa is very nice and good for small living room like mine
small space sectional - coffee table
We'll designed for small living room space
Small and beautiful living room with built in storage
A small-scale chair has one wonderful advantage over the other chairs in a room: It's easy to move. It will readily go where you want it to go, when you want it to go, and it will stay there until told otherwise. (If only children and pets were so amenable ... ) The curvilinear lines of this chair give
extra seat when needed. It can snuggle up to the coffee table, recede back against the TV wall or sit next to the chest. Versatility, your name is small chair.
“layout” — peggymoriarty4
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants create a sense of depth, softening the edges of a room and helping us to imagine there is more space beyond their borders.
A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants create a sense of depth, softening the edges of a room and helping us to imagine there is more space beyond their borders.
“Plants” — gcrib
Moon Design + Build
2 Reviews
What are the dimensions of this space? Thank You
Small study with a lot of light.
The great use of a small space
great way to utilize a small space for home office
Use of space. Bright for a small room with such a small window.
Just enough space & light for work area
The built-in shelving and desk really make the tight space work to its full advantage.
6. Let the Light Shine InIt doesn’t take much natural light to fill a small space and elevate your mood. Working with the windows you have, let light be a space-defining tool.
Use smaller pieces in smaller spacesIn this tiny study the hot pink desk lamp alone is enough to lighten the mood
Even in this tiny space, a bench slotted across the narrow gap does the job very nicely, creating a sunny little space away from interruptions.
“Nice” — iannjg
Contemporary Home Office
anna carin design, can you post designs for small condo 36 square meters?
what size is that room,I am planing some small room but I dont know minimus size need for something like that
Nice office and guest room. Great use of space
Wicked use of a small room xx
The seat in the small space with pillows. I like it for the stairs upstairs.
bright , good use of small space. like the banquette
Comfy, small, private, window, work and reading
6. In a small space like a study, get creative with banquette seating. Build some drawers into the base to house your ‘books in progress’.
7. Think whiteBy this I mean the colour white always makes the most of light and enhances the sense of space. It’s also harder to see the detail in white items
“Multi use small guest room” — olliesmudge
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
An Urban backyard designed for a first-time homeowner and their new family. Recycled tiles and a child-proof water feature create a playful space with lots of life in it.
visually obtrusive in a small garden.
nice family idea for small garden.
use same surface material for different ares in small spaces for unity
Love this for a young family! Great use of limited space and fun!
Smaking the most of small spaces.
multifunctional areas, use one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this 17-foot by 25-foot space for a family with small children. A separate play zone keeps the kids close by while the parents are entertaining, and the continuous paving ties it all
“Çocuk oyun alanı” — ilkaytek
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Lisa
arrangement for a small space and colour
furniture layout in a small space
Small, cosy living room space. Would love this with lighter floors.
no, I need — color and texture,” says Lisa, who is partial to animal prints, books and art. “Erik is really more comfortable in very modern, stark spaces,” she continues. “It’s his Norwegian blood. While I love clean, I need more warmth — woods, light and color.” The couple brought in color with their
relax and glow. There is something about it, something intangible. I’d like to believe it’s my extraordinary design skills, but it is just a special space that has a glow.”In the living room, mementos collected from all over the world tell the couple’s story, while a collection of colorful pillows adds
“layout” — chantelleg
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Shower Room
Where is the toilet, and how do you "seal " the space( the whole room gets wet? Thank you!
Bold colours work we'll in small spaces ah ha?
Shower and basin in a small space
not color but small wet room idea maybe home office or guest
Not same colour or sink but small ensuit
really small. could wheel in and out
Curved vanity to avoid sharp angle in tight spaces.
Colour yourself happyIf you’re working in a small space, get creative with colour. Try fresh shades that will pop against white. Even if you’d never pick a bright shade for a large space, it will work beautifully on shiny tiles.Check out more ideas for juicy fruit shades
clad head to toe in leaf green mosaics creates immediate impact. Bold colour works so well in small spaces and this particular green is refreshing and spirited – and certain to wake you up every morning.
“Teardrop-shaped sink. Curves feel more welcoming than sharp angles in a tight space, and this unique” — Marissa Clark
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