This 150 square foot student’s apartment was built in the attic. I don’t have too much information on this one because the architect, Sylvie Cahen doesn’t have too much on her website, plus I am terrible at French. The apartment was commissioned by a student and the house fits her quite well. Though the apartment wouldn’t be good for anyone over 6 feet, it looks quite open for being so small.
I was emailed by this designer and thought it was really interesting. There are several pieces of furniture in this video that I have seen before, but there are some new ones. The nice thing to see is them all integrated into one space. Below is a video of the house’s features being demonstrated.
15 book nooks for small spaces or your tiny house aka reading nooks
Imagine taking a 500 square foot apartment with only one window and make it liveable. I had posted a photo of this not too long ago, but I didn’t have any photos of the rest of the place. I love the sleeping nook in this apartment and the space was just executed so well.
“[They] incorporated tons of white and wood to open the space and make it feel lighter. They also removed most of the doors and replaced the empty wall space with sleek and simple compact storage. In fact, there is storage space within nearly every surface of the apartment, including overhead spots and even tucked into the stairs climbing toward the loft. Minimal fixtures and alcoves built directly into the tile walls make the bathroom appear large and luxurious, even by New York standards! The kitchen also feels super spacious with even more storage and ultra chic appliances offset by brightening white tile.”
I found this gem today, it’s a 180 square foot loft apartment that is lived in by two New Yorkers. The place features a ton of shelves for all their books, a nice looking bathroom, a decent sized kitchen and a small reading and meditation nook. While there are some modern flairs to this space, the warm wood tones make it feel very cozy and homey.