That being said, I’m here to share with you a great place. It’s a Toronto loft, designed by Jassia Kelly and published by Style At Home magazine. It’s tiny, and it’s gorgeous. I LOVE tiny and gorgeous because I can relate to tiny spaces, and look forward to achieving gorgeous. I hope you like it too.
Small Space, Huge Style
Thanks to my friend Patti G I realised I have been gone for almost a month! Waaaay too much! =( I’m really sorry, and hope to make it up soon. You see, I had some pretty busy weeks and then I went out for my summer vacations… but still, that’s no excuse. I really hope this second half of the year gets better for my blogging and my house projects.
A great idea for small spaces are glass or see-through furniture, such as these tables. They allow light through, and don’t block view (which is always great in a small room). Another great thing is the small “chaise longé”. A big mistake we often make in small places is jamming them with huge furniture, which only makes the room look smaller.
I love the use of mirrors in this dining nook. A great way to use the corners is with built-in seating areas.
Now, this is a gorgeous, tiny kitchen. If you have one wall to decorate, you can choose to make a big statement. This lovely damasque wallpaper is beautiful and matches the red in the dining area.
The brick wall looks beautiful in combination with the dark wood. I love the pictures hung over the bed.
And finally the bathroom, wich looks all tidy and neat.
So, how do you like it? Thumbs up, or down? Do tell!