Regardless of size, we all need a good dose of inspiration for making our house a home. Small spaces are no different. The right hit of inspo could be just what you need to maximize your small space to make a big impact.
Have you ever wondered what living in a small house is like? For all the spaces in your home to be used. For everything inside your home to be meaningful to your story or to be useful to your day-to-day life. Living in a small house isn’t for everyone, but how can you find out if it’s right for you?
As the days get longer, the sun shines warmer, my energy levels are rising. I want to do more, play more, and be outside more. This Spring energy boost has me thinking of small outdoor living space ideas to share with you. I know what you’re going to say, “I don’t have anywhere to store it!” You know what? Same.
Living in a small space does have a positive impact on the environment. In this article, I will show you seven off-grid living ideas that you can implement to make your small space more sustainable.
Most of us have way too much stuff. Even when you live in a small space, you still seem to accumulate things. Most people wonder how to get rid of unwanted items in your home. There are ways to keep the clutter at bay; one in-one out technique; asking for experiences instead of gifts; implementing a shopping ban. But sometimes, it all just comes down to a big purge.
Whether you live in a tiny house, studio apartment, dorm room, van or other form of micro dwelling, everyone living in a small space has one thing in common: their compact living lifestyle is making a big impact on the environment.
How many clothes do you have in your wardrobe? Does that question sound like it’s from left field? Are you asking yourself, “who knows how many clothes they own?” People with capsule wardrobes, that’s who.
With Spring shining its sunshine through my windows that could probably use a wipe, all I want to do is declutter and purge. We feel lighter in Spring, not so heavy & dark like we did in Winter, and what is lighter than reducing your inventory and moving on items that no longer serve you? Enter the “Organizational Spring Cleaning”.
Compact Living. It goes by many names. Micro-living. Tiny House Movement. Living Small. It’s a movement sweeping the globe that many people have never heard of.
What if you downsized your home and used all the spaces all the time? I can’t guarantee there won’t be struggles to downsizing, but I can promise you there will be benefits to downsizing your home that will outweigh any initial pain points.