Small Spaces


Basic, simple and logic tricks for the ones who are starting to decore their homes.

Don´t be frustrated, your home is not that small, it seems that manufacturers are trying to make you loose your vital space, in this blog you´ll find tips and products to decore your home and fit inside at the same time.

Casita compacta para estudiantes

By |June 17th, 2014|

Desde Estocolmo, Suecia,los arquitectos de Tengboom han colaborado con los estudiantes de la universidad de Lund para diseñar una casa de 10 metros cuadrados para estudiantes,asequible, amigable con el medio ambiente y compacta, en la que puedan vivir.

La casita tiene un altillo para dormir,cocina,baño e incluso un pequeño jardín, reduciendo el espacio mínimo legal […]

How to fold a bottom sheet

By |April 23rd, 2014|

Yes, I have to confess, I did not have the slightest idea how to fold a sheet with elastic, I’ve never gotten it folded so I can keep them well and not be a pure wrinkle when you use them, fortunately there are people that teaches us with images how to get this is […]

Tip 2. Decorating small apartments. Make an essential objects list

By |February 17th, 2014|

When it comes to decorating a small house, you have to keep in mind that this is like playing tetris, first you decide which are the chips you are going to play with.

Make a list of the essential objects:
Yes. Before you start to buy furniture or start distributing the ones you already have, first […]

Christmas tree of….

By |November 6th, 2013|

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Christmas Tree sticker not ocuppy your living room

By |November 6th, 2013|

Finally is back! Our Sticker christmas tree, an original way to set your christmas tree without loosing space.

It can be sticked almost everywhere, and removed easily when holidays are over, have fun with your kids setting even at your small home.

Three different sizes to choose an so many colors to combine:



Watch the video to see […]

El cubrerradiador de Sol

By |October 29th, 2013|

Este fue un regalo de bodas para Sol que nos encargó Paula, en su antigua casa la entrada era muy estrecha y tenía un radiador muy grande, así que su prima nos envió las medidas y se lo hicimos ex profeso, con 2 cajones y en acabado wengué.

Sol se cambió a una casa más […]

El salón de J

By |October 28th, 2013|

J eligió las estanterías 031 para decorar una pared de su comedor, que compartía espacio con su salón, buscaba una solución que no tuviera mucho fondo, que decorara y le sirviera para poner sus libros y otros objetos, elegimos la colocación que les iba a dar haciendo composiciones en el ordenador hasta ver la […]

Tip 1. How to decor a small home. Think of the empty space you leave, is the one for you

By |October 28th, 2013|

This is the first of a series of tips on how to decorate small houses that I hope are useful to you, in fact they are a series of logical, very rational guidelines, that you have to think, when you are projecting your house.

I love white and almost empty spaces, for me the real […]

Tip 4.Decorating small appartments. Drawing the plan

By |August 2nd, 2013|

In order for the plan to make sense, it must be to scale, and each square equals a certain size, for example, at 15 cm, so 90 cm would equal 6 squares. On the plane it has to be reflected ALL: plugs, open windows and their heights from the bottom of the window to […]

Tip 3.Decorating small apartments. The plan, your game board

By |August 2nd, 2013|

We already have the chips of our particular “tetris” listed, now we need “the game board”: a scale plan on squared paper of the space that you want to distribute, in this plane you should see the doors and the windows and what they occupy open , plugs and radiators.

Even if you have a […]