With the cooler weather finally making it to Tallahassee, I'm loving that I can light a fire and get all cozy in the evenings and watch mindless television shows that I'm too embarassed to name here.
So, with "cozy" on the brain, I'm always amazed at what designers can do in small spaces. I love little desk areas tucked away or reading nooks in places you would never think to use. Here are some great ideas of how designers made great use of a small space. Hopefully this will inspire you to look around your own home and see if you might find just the right place for a little hide-a-way of your own.
|What a great wet bar tucked under these stairs. Functional and beautiful. Photo via In the Studio.|
|Now this is a small space! Photo via Tumbleweed Houses.|
|What child wouldn't love to be able to call this cozy space their playroom? Photo via Bamkapowxo.|
|I know this is a bad photo, but I can't believe how tiny this bathroom is! Photo via Relaxshacks.|
|Great use of space at the front door using floating shelves and storage boxes. Photo via Decor Pad.|
|A reading nook is one of many ideas you can do under the stairs. Photo via Southern Living.|
|This coat closet has been turned into a reading nook with great attention to detail. Photo via Mashable.|
|Great desk space tucked into a standard size bedroom closet. Very simple to recreate especially in a guest bedroom that doesn't get used very often. Photo from Blisstree.|
If you need help designing your own small space, or any size space. Give me a call! I'd love to help you.
Thanks for reading,