If your tiny apartment is feeling cramped and your decor inspirations are lacking, then it may be time for a dose or two of therapy. Apartment Therapy, that is.
Apartment Therapy Presents: Real Homes, Real People, Hundreds of Design Solutions may well be the best interior design resource I have come across so far. Before I persued this treasure trove of small space solutions, I had no idea that one, let alone two, persons could live functionally and fashionably in a 350-square-foot studio apartment in NYC. In the 40 tiny homes featured in the book, the decor often rivals that found in the large and luxurious interiors that grace many a page of House Beautiful or Dwell or Elle Decor.
And renters, take note: This book is perfect for you! Maybe you can’t install floor-to-ceiling cabinetry or a Murphy Bed. The book is still chock-full of unique design ideas and storage solutions that won’t have you evicted. So run, not walk, to your local bookstore (this one’s worth owning, people) and grab a copy of it. It’s just what the doctor ordered.