C'mon, you can't tell me that you don't lie awake at night, your face four inches from the ceiling because the only place your bed fits is above the kitchen sink which also acts as your shower, and think, I've made a terrible mistake.
Powder rooms are often the last spaces people focus on in their homes. They pick a color scheme, buy some towels and a soap dispenser, and call it a day. However, designing a small space doesn't have to be so... lackluster. Spicing it up can be as easy as picking the right tiles.
Home ownership is part of the American Dream and to some that means having the biggest house on the block. While the size of one's home is truly a matter of preference, it may not be a practical reality for many.
Ever wonder if you're cut out for small living? Through the power and reach of the web -- and community marketplaces that connect travelers with hosts, like Airbnb -- tiny homes are but a click away to rent for a weekend or a month.
When this couple bought their apartment in Barcelona's Eixample district, it was divided into small rooms. The two architects knew they wanted to open it to let more daylight in, but rather than simply creating an open loft space they redefined the rules of privacy.