Memo board, $45: The moment Paige saw this bedspring at an antiques shop, she envisioned it as a showstopping memo board. Curtains, $35/pair: Cheap curtains were essential in a bedroom with six windows, so Paige hung Ikea sheers (on rods made of piping from Lowe's). Desk, $150: The Hulls snapped up this little table—which fit perfectly between two windows—at Uncommon Objects in Austin. - CountryLiving.com
Ever wonder how people really live inside those super-tiny houses? Sure, they have to cut back their possessions to the bare minimum, but there’s also a lot of clever design in play. Take this little corner of a tiny house in downtown Columbus, Ohio. A built-in wooden structure contains a bench for seating, a small table with a lamp, storage shelves, a ladder and a sleeping loft.
The opposite end of the room has a cabinet in each corner with the writing nook between. A stacked washer and dryer fit just right into the cabinet on the left; the cabinet on the right has floor to ceiling shelves.