That I am a fan of Houzz is no secret. I look forward to the twice-weekly updates in my email, and always have lots to pin.
This week I pounced on the story of a Vancouver woman who has squeezed every bit of style and comfort out of her 450 square foot studio apartment. I’m always interested in these stories because, although I love to see homes with lots of technical fixes and built-in storage solutions, that’s not the way most people live. Studio apartments are often rentals, with restrictions as to attaching things to ceilings and bans on ripping out walls.
Megan Close of The Cross Design has separated the “bedroom” space from the “sitting room” space in her studio suite with a simple dresser from IKEA which she painted white.