The tears flowed freely in the emotional grand final of House Rules as loveable Lionel got a second chance with a spectacular tiny house in this incredible charity renovation. We’ve got some stunning ideas for keeping things stylish, crisp and minimalist in smaller spaces.
Less is more when it comes to furnishing tiny spaces. Select practical pieces that pair function and form. Every item should serve a purpose.
Japanese Zen works superbly in smaller homes, as it’s all about elevating simplicity to an art form. Use the KonMarie ‘does it spark joy?’ design philosophy.
Scandinavian minimalism is also stylish and practical in smaller homes. In fact, Japanese and Scandi work so well together, they’ve become a hybrid style: ‘Japandi’.
Part of the appeal of tiny house living is minimising your global footprint. As such, natural materials like timber, linen and rattan complement smaller interiors.
Against the sleek and chic backdrop of your minimalist spaces, add warmth and character with beautiful accessories and indoor plants.