Size doesn't matter: 3 homes show you how to save space
This small one-bedroom apartment had to think smart in terms of its design. Luckily its interior designer Homme Space built in some useful space-saving tricks so the owner didn't have to moan over its size.
What appears to be a regular dining area has more than meets the eye.
It can actually be folded in and out of the wall depending on the need for the table. Neat, wouldn't you agree?
In this 1,152 sqfoot condo, William Chan of Spacedge Design built a space-efficient trapezoidal block out of warm Figure Anigre wood at the heart of the unit. What it does is it effectively keeps knick-knacks behind its seamless design, and also conceals the washroom, kitchen and fridge. Genius.