11 Small-Space Living Tricks From Real-Life Apartments
Let it float. Even in the tiniest of bedrooms, you can fit two bedside tables. You just have to rethink the dimensions. Reiss used two smaller, two-tiered floating shelving units on each side of this lovely bed. These pieces give you just enough space to put a good read, your trusty smartphone, and a glass of water — all while freeing up floor space underneath.
Walking into Joey and Antoni's studio apartment is not like walking into other studios in New York. They have managed to create a home that feels open and spacious, but still has distinctly separate living areas. Details abound that catch the eye without cluttering up the space. Their home feels lived in, comfortable and effortlessly stylish.
11 Delightfully Unusual Color Combinations (Plus the Reasons Why They Work)
Black tile with dark grout grounds other adjacent colors; for this Berlin bachelor pad, the noir-ish hue toughens up even a bubblegum pink cabinet color. Photo by Peter Fehrentz. This originally appeared in How to Design with Pink.