Do you remember the 70s with their orange wallpapers? Orange was everywhere. My mother loved orange, so we had it all over our apartment back in Switzerland. For my taste that much orange color was just overwhelming. Today my mother’s favorite color is green, phew.
Nevertheless, don‘t hesitate to add some orange spots in your tiny house, small apartment, RV or even houseboat. It definitely will lighten up your rooms in a very sunny way. Here are some tips for you about how to use orange as design color in your home.
The effect that white color has on how we perceive a space is widely known. This is the reason why white is commonly used in small homes, tiny houses, small apartments, RVs and all kinds of boats – because it makes the place look more spacious.
There is more to it than just making a room look more spacious. The scale of what white color is creating as an interior design color is ample. And do you know about the discussion about the question if white is a color or not?
Yellow is an interesting color and very intriguing for being used as accent color in home design. Why is it especially excellent for tiny homes? Yellow color imitates sunshine and makes therefore every space look brighter and friendlier.
If you decide to redo or freshen up your tiny house, small apartment, RV or houseboat with yellow as accent color here are some things for you to consider. And I also found some fun facts about yellow.
I’m always drawn to bestseller lists, they make me want to go through all positions, and it doesn’t matter to me how long the list is. Well, my list of the best selling items on Little Big Life that people chose and purchased in April 2017 has 10 positions. Not too long, isn’t it.
I invite you to take a look at what has made its entry to the bestseller list of April 2017.
Here is the countdown of the 10 bestsellers in April 2017:
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Is there any other interior design style that expresses more balance and serenity through clear lines and colors than the Japanese interior style? I think the Japanese style fits every tiny living, may it be a tiny house, a small apartment, even an RV or houseboat. It fits tiny living because it creates an uncluttered look that emanates balance and a deep love for simple natural beauty.
Here are some thoughts about how you can add Japanese style to your tiny home on a grand scale or smaller, as you wish and as it fits your tiny home the best.
Having lived in the Southwest for many years I totally got to love the Southwestern style. It has something cozy and familiar, I think. With warm tones and patterns the Southwestern style touches the hearts – the designers hearts I might add.
Wouldn’t you agree with me that the Southwestern Style is just perfect for every tiny home? It doesn’t matter if you live in a tiny house, a small apartment or even in an RV or houseboat. The Southwestern style will enhance the look of your tiny home incredibly.
If you think that a high quality TV table is a very expensive furniture, I invite you to take a look at these Top 3 and you might learn otherwise. The models I found are all under $40 and they look just awesome.
What’s even more important, or at least of the same importance, is that a TV table that should be perfect for a tiny home needs to be multi-functional. I know you agree with that. A TV table that comes with two or even three shelves provides exactly that.
Today I make something I normally don’t do. Today I have an unusual story for you about the medieval origin of the German expression “I make blue” that means as much as “I skip work”. This story will be a bit disgusting, or at least disturbing, so readers discretion is advised.
But first get me into the theme: how to use the blue color in a smart way for your tiny home. And it doesn’t matter if your tiny home is a small apartment, a RV or Camper, boat or tiny house. The use of blue as an interior design color is very interesting and fascinating. I have some tips for you – and then, yes, my little story.
After having written about Memory Foam 12 inch Queen Mattresses today I take a closer look at Memory Foam 10 inch Twin Mattresses. They are incredibly affordable. You won’t believe what great quality of Memory Foam Twin Mattresses are out there to a real great price.
When I moved into my first apartment back in Switzerland – you know that tiny tiny apartment – I had a metal bed frame with a twin mattress. At that time there weren’t yet memory foam mattresses made. I would have bought one though. Since I know how comfortable they are, I always go with memory foam mattresses.
How can you use the color green for the interior design of your tiny home? Actually the color green is in my opinion the easiest color to use for interior design. Because it’s so versatile and because of its effect on your psyche.
Do you know what the effects of green on our mood are, which feelings they create and that they change depending on the variation of the green? It’s very fascinating, I think. I admit it was fun to research about green, in general and as color for interior design. Here are some ideas.
Patterns are fun stuff when it’s about decorating your tiny home. There is actually no home that wouldn’t benefit from using patterns as deco style. RV, houseboat, small apartment, tiny house, you name it.
There is a general rule that says that you should use small patterns in small rooms. Well, that’s right – most often. But sometimes you just can make a big statement in decorating your tiny place by just using patterns in the opposite way. But let’s start at the beginning. What’s a smart use of patterns in a tiny home?