Who says small cannot be beautiful? Our latest issue #56 features tons of stunning products and smart design ideas for compact spaces, not to mention gorgeous homes under 850sqft! Grab your copy today.
6 August 2018
Without a doubt, the challenge of small-space living has spurred greater innovation when it comes to residential interior design. More and more designers are thinking outside the box and devising fresh new ways to create beautiful and comfortable homes where every square foot of liveable space is maximised.
Flottebo from Ikea
In our Small Space issue, we’ve packed in tons of inspirational ideas and stories that will have you looking at compact homes in a whole new light. In ‘Small Space Heroes’, we showcase products for petite spaces, from compact, multi-functional and stackable designs, to ones that boast smart hidden storage or that you can hang on your walls.
Interior design by Sazeli Jalal
The popularity of open-concept living is in no small way attributed to our desire for space. But are walls all bad? We get design experts and homeowners to weigh in on the pros and cons. Also in is a rule guide for small spaces; we reveal the rules to break – and the ones to keep!
Interior Design by Habit
Small can be beautiful, and we have the interiors to prove. See our story on great hotel looks that can be replicated in small abodes, and examples of some truly incredible homes below 850sqft, including a designer’s SOHO apartment, and a ‘tree-house’ apartment in Hong Kong.
Vimini outdoor collection from Kettal
Milan Design Week 2018 may be over, but now the fun truly starts because many of those gorgeous products are now finally ready for purchase or special order. We pick out some of our favourites.
Enjoy this issue, and do take time to browse through our website for the latest home projects, products, ideas and trends.
Note from the editor, Janice Seow
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