5 Of The Most Beautiful Small Homes We Love

Tiny living spaces that went big on style

Updated on February 06, 2019 8:02 am

Jemma Chiu

5 Stunning Small Homes For Your Inspiration

Bright walls, creative storage solutions, multipurpose pieces of furniture, and natural lighting. These are the common elements that you’ll see in small spaces. Tiny homes were once an alternative living solution for small spaces. However, it has now gone mainstream because of its minimalist approach and functional yet stylish designs.

If you’re having trouble styling your small space, here are small homes that chose to break the mold and went big when it comes to style.

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1. This tiny 400-square-foot home called the Cottage is a haven for a family of three and two dogs. With its built-in furnishings, space-maximising features, vaulted ceilings, and pocket doors, the Cottage has a warm and lovely ambience. The residents can even house guests in this small home! The home features neutral, earthy tones and textures that complemented its rustic vibes.

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2. If you thought that plants would take up so much of your space, this lovely urban jungle proves you wrong. Even though this is just a small home (525 square feet), the owners were still able to fit in a green backdrop with all their favourite indoor plants—they gave their space a livelier and more refreshing look even though they are in the middle of the city.

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3. Another incredibly small home that will amaze you is this tiny house on a farm. Called "Dolly’s Tiny House," this home on wheels is like a giant dollhouse. It has a bathroom, a guest room that doubles as a home office, a bedroom, a small kitchen and dining area, a bathroom, and a walk-in wardrobe! This small home fits a whole house and has an amazing amount of functionality built in every nook and cranny of the space. Aside from its layout, the home suits the personality of the owner: colourful, inviting, and very feminine.

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4. You don’t need to shrink everything just to fit in a small home. Take for example this 160-square-foot home. Let the space you are living in be both functional and spacious by including storage baskets that are big enough for your things. Tidy it up (hey, Marie Kondo way!) so that you’ll have more space for the important things. You can maximise your space if you have the right relationship with all your stuff at home.

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5. The open layout is the most common element you’ll find in a small home. The interior of this 387.5-square-foot home has a panoramic sea view and is complete with multifunctional spaces divided into four zones: the bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The designers combined the living room and the kitchen, as well as the appliances and storage areas with the bathroom. It is so bright, airy, and spacious that you’ll never imagine this is just a small home. All of the storage areas in this home are hidden yet can be accessed quickly.


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