I'm on vacation! But still thinking of things I could do to maximize space in my new tiny studio. Here goes:
Still debating if I want to paint a canvas rug to make the floor less dark...if I do, I'm planning on the white/gray zebra look
So the inspiration of this pic is really cuz it tricked my eye the first time, but I was thinking that in a studio, you could use a pole of some sort to adhere a painting to and use as a small visual separator between living zones? Does that make sense?
I want to cover all my textbooks with wrapping paper or paperstock like this....makes everything a little more cohesive
I like the subtle white-on-grey look here, and how there's a surprise color splash inside. I need a dresser for my bathroom and something like this would look great!
I like the custom paint job on the bedstand....the headboard is pretty fantastic too. From Live Like Yourself.
I have very little space between my two blue chairs but the space needs a side table. A skinny little guy like this would work well.
I like the shelving here, how they line up on the right side but the bottom one is longer so there's space for a larger painting.
What are your favorite tips and tricks in a small space?