Tuck away an undercounter table. For small interiors, where a kitchen or dining room has to double up as a workspace, consider a pullout, breakfast-bar-style table built into a kitchen unit. This can be used for eating at and working on, then can be easily slid back into place when not in use. Alternatively, commission a carpenter to customize an existing cupboard to make space for one.
Spotted on Fantastick Frank, this 420 square foot sqm) one bedroom apartment is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The flat features a cool glass wall that divides the tiny bedroom and the living area, and reminds a bit of this other small apartment.