I have two small projects going on right now, one being a 660 sq ft one bedroom apartment that needs to poetically house 2 adults, 1 toddler, and a full sized dog, oh and a baby on the way!
I find that some of these smaller projects actually require bigger ideas, it's a challenging to say the least. Can't wait to see how this project unfolds and how I can make a small space fabulous & graceful for a growing family. Let's get space planning!
Kicking off my small pad obsession is Nick Olsen's 300 sq ft Brooklyn apartment. Yes 300 sq feet!
|Attention to detail is key! Every item in the space was factored into create a cohesive look. I love the kitchen cabinets and the green plaid back splash!|
|Striking piece of art and again, tying in the green color into every area. Here ,a green contrast welt on the sofa.|
|My favorite element is this painted dresser. It's a tagged DIY project for my home now!|
|Overall, amazing that he created a high style home with such limited space. Red tansu chests as nightstands- check. Tons of storage- check. Desk- check. Green ribbon trim on drapes- check. Nice touches Nick!|