Make the most of even the smallest rooms with these great design and decorating tips.
These crafty homeowners made the most of what they had.
Make it a multifunctional, welcoming space.
Turn that tiny pocket of outdoor space into your favorite hangout.
Decorating your dorm shouldn't be harder than studying for midterms.
So THIS is what BSB meant by "Larger Than Life."
1,000-square-feet doesn't feel like a sacrifice when an is well-designed.
You can do a lot with just a little space.
Bye, shower caddy!
Spice racks for your nail polish = genius.
All hope is not lost, we swear.
Your roommate's enough of a pain in the @$$. Your chair shouldn't be one, too.
Sky-high cabinets and mirrored backsplashes are your friends here.
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Your shoe collection is saved!
They have so much more potential than you think.
No space? No problem.
Be warned: This list might inspire you sell your home and downsize immediately.
It's all about smart storage and luxe textures.
Because compact can be chic.
Now you can sleep in your own bed wherever you go.
Create the illusion of space with just a coat of paint.
If you love horses, this one's for you.
You'll want one in your dream home, stat.
Old-school proportions didn't constrain its style.
The 17th-century prints actually conceal an unsightly flaw.
When there's no more room inside, antiques go on the patio.
Type-A homeowners will love this balancing trick.
The dog helps, too.
And the result is cover-worthy (literally!).
No space, no problem.
And if that's not impressive, wait until you see the farmhouse kitchen.
And you won't believe the famous names who've lived in the building.
We're obsessed with this one trick that makes a room feel twice as big.
Ocean views don't get better than this.
A 1,250-square-foot cottage goes big with strategic design.
The "Bluhemia" lounge is a boho-lover's dream.
Blogger Justina Blakeney reveals the secret to her coveted look.
And there's no shortage of zebra print, either.
Step inside a former "kitchen house."
Pssst ... don't shy away from patterns.
Exposed brick for the win.
Steal these tricks for finding space you didn't know you had.
Trick the eye with these subtle hues.
First of all, your walls definitely don't have to be white.
Designers explain why you shouldn't play it safe (no white paint!) in a tiny room.
Even the tightest corner can feel like a banquet hall. (Well, almost.)
And she's clearly a master in layering fanciful patterns.
The constrains of a small space lead to some creative storage solutions.
Need your small space living room to pull double duty? These 6 items will help you out.
Don't have room to deck the halls? Don't worry — we've got seven ideas to spruce up your small space.
Everything is hidden in this tiny home.
It's the ultimate in functionality,
Amy Meier explains how she decorated a compact space with rich materials and textures.
Every room needs one (or more).