I can’t write about Chinese interior design style without mentioning Feng Shui. You know me from previous posts, I am a fan of Feng Shui and I try to follow the rules in a reasonable way. Besides Feng Shui Chinese interior style has a certain fascination that makes every room look mystical and at the same time comforting.
I would recommend to just add Chinese design elements here and there to your tiny home. Doing so you won’t overwhelm your home style – except of course you’re a fan of Chinese design in whatever form it comes.
Privacy is everything, in every kind of living. After writing about blackout room darkening curtains I want to present a great model for a blackout paper shade. The system respectively your requirements are the same: it needs to block out light and keep your privacy in your home.
The different solutions have different advantages and disadvantages. A blackout paper shade has doubtlessly a great deal of positive points that I like to present.
I probably join many people with my love for the Vintage interior design style! I’d even say it’s one of the most preferred interior design style you can find. The Vintage style has something intriguing – I can’t put the finger on it, but you know what I mean.
For tiny homes, such as tiny houses, RVs, houseboats and small apartments it’s one of those styles you can’t avoid. The Vintage look is just made for tiny living. And when I say Vintage style I mean almost everything you can place into your home.
I have three ideas for you.
Combining colors in a smart way is very important if you want to give your tiny home a more spacious look and if you want to add some elegance, fanciness or uniqueness to your home style.
With colors there are some rules that are essential to know before starting to combine them. You certainly want to create the best outcome and the best effect possible when you play with colors in your home.
I strongly recommend though combining colors in all kinds of tiny homes, RVs, tiny houses, houseboats and small apartments. Here are some facts and ideas for you.
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As it is with white as interior color black has a similar reputation of being difficult to implement in tiny homes such as tiny houses, small apartments, RVs or houseboats. And as it is with white there are great ways how you can incorporate black into your tiny home and create an extraordinary elegance.
I have some tips for you about the smart use of black color for a tiny home. And why its reputation of making rooms smaller is not entirely accurate.
I mean, you know that as experienced tiny place dweller. The space for decorative items is just too scarce in a tiny home such as a tiny house, a small apartment, an RV or houseboat.
When you’re able to decorate the walls of your tiny home you can get away with quite some decoration ideas. Today I present you ceramic art tiles as decorative element for your tiny home. These ceramic art tiles are meant to be placed as eye catching singular center pieces of art.
According to Feng Shui principles the entrance to your home should be clutter-free and should create a good feeling. Well, it’s not just Feng Shui rules recommending this but your own experience. Having a coat rack that’s at the same time a shoe rack and a rack for everything else will fulfill exactly your wish for order.
There are actually more usages you can get out of this multi-functional space-saving coat and shoe rack. And I chose this model also in regard to campers and RVer who need a coat holder that takes up very little floor space and doesn’t stress the walls too much.
The biggest problem you have to face in a tiny bedroom is the scarce space around your bed. The question you have to answer is how do you organize your things around your bed when there is no room for traditional nightstands.
Well, you might answer this question with a BedShelfie. Yes, I know, it sounds funny. I BedShelfie is nothing else than a bedside shelf.
I have some great models here for you with different advantages. Let’s take a look, shall we.
I had great parties in my first tiny one-room apartment back in Switzerland. You definitely can do it. A small home should never hold you back from organizing great parties. For those of you who are invited to somebody’s tiny home party and thinking of what to bring best as host gift, I have some ideas here for you.
I personally like host gifts that are unusual and unique, that make the host smile and even discover something new. If you are with me, you might find here a great host gift idea for the next party you will be invited to.
Yes, I use it. The step stool. Actually quite a bit. For tiny homes such as tiny houses, small apartments, RV or houseboats though it is important that the step stool is foldable and therefore easily stored away.
Some of the step stools fold so flat that they‘re not even 2 inches wide. What a great feature!
A good step stool should be usable by adults and children. There are some more details we want for a great step stool to have, I listed some of them here.
When it comes to seasonal decorations some might back away from every attempt just to not clutter their tiny homes, tiny house, small apartment, RV and houseboat. I totally understand you. I‘m the same. Nevertheless we have it in us to celebrate the seasons. And autumn is definitely a season that‘s worth being celebrated.
So, what do you need to know about autumn decorations in order to not clutter your tiny home but still create that feeling of cozy warm colors and more? Here are some ideas for you.