30 August 2015

Living Small

We all go through it -- how to live more practical, minimal?  What if you certainly have no choice but to live with basics?  I've moved about 20 times or more in my life in different countries, and I tell you, once you get the hang of editing, it's a wonderful feeling.  Mind you it never ends.  It's a way of life.

Today let's look at this sparse space on Fantastik Frank.  Not much square footage to work with, that's for sure.  A studio space is truly a challenge.

A good minimal sofa bed works best.  Naturally a light or mobile coffee table works in this situation.  Accent furniture with hairpin legs or see-through treatment gives the space a light feeling as well.  In this space the use of this wardrobe created a textured backdrop without giving it the impression of a closet in the living area.

Curated art throughout the unit creates interest.  Some hooks would be functional here.

The less you have exposed, the better.

Take advantage of built-in surfaces.  This windowsill, for instance, could be a good storage space for hardbound books and small objects.

You can never go wrong with floor-standing mirrors.

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