This is one of the smallest apartments I have seen to date, at 78 square feet its pretty extreme! This being in New York its obvious Luke eats out most meals, but still finds room for a small fridge. He actually built all the furnishing himself, including the bed which is pretty neat.
I saw this apartment a while back, but after viewing the photos and not finding a square footage, I thought it was a larger apartment. I then got an email from a reader (thanks Dallas!) to an article which stated it was 366 square feet. We all know the power of light color pallets, natural light and combined that with a skillful photographer who makes it look big, this is a pretty neat tiny apartment.
The apartment is in Barcelona Spain, noted the drawers built into the stairs, also the floating stairs made of metal allows for more storage space. The contrasting wood paneling is just inexpensive plywood done really well, it is a pretty interesting choice, but I really like it!
This small apartment is an interesting layout, all white everything make the small space seem much bigger especially with the large windows. With a nice looking kitchen, interesting accent cushions, color essentially denotes something you can interact with in the apartment; Whether it is turning a knob or sitting on a cushion.
I was emailed this gem located in NYC, it is an apartment sitting at 629 square feet, so its rather large for this blog, but there are two individuals living in it, so I’ll let it slide.
The couple renovated this 1917 fixer-upper from a rundown apartment to an appealing pad. While the retro feel of the place might not be for everyone, the layout is pretty great for maximizing space.
After poking around at a link that was sent to me by Lelia I found this interesting house style called a pigeonnier. The word in french has two meanings; A house that pigeons and other game birds are raised in or a low rent apartment, often in a less than desirable part of town. They have a very unique style, but what is uniform to most is they are taller than they are wide and they have gorgeous wooden beams.