via design*sponge, Before & After: A Small, Shabby London Kitchen Gets A Chic Update

intentional use of limited space is the core of small space design. - I like the warm wood open shelves tucked into the corner of the otherwise black and white kitchen. and of course the wood counter and white subway tile.

before after kitchen makeovers | This is such a gorgeous and classy kitchen remodel from Elements of ...

Room Decorating Before and After Makeovers

Erin Gates' renovated kitchen with source list. I love everything about this kitchen. The light cabinets and light counteracts, the dark floors and the farmhouse sink, the lighting my inspiration!

A spare bathroom doesn't have to be plain and boring. Despite the small space, this example is beautifully personal and welcoming.

DIY Shelves Easy DIY Floating Shelves for bathroom,bedroom,kitchen,closet DIY bookshelves and Home Decor Ideas

Small toilet

Dina Myers' entry to the Topps Tiles show Off Your Style Gallery. I like the loo, mirrored cabinet and sink in this cloakroom.

Pimp My Small Kitchen: 10 Cheap, Renter-Friendly Improvements | Apartment Therapy

Pimp My Small Kitchen: 10 Cheap, Renter-Friendly Improvements

Ikea idea for recycling storage- brills. Pimp My Small Kitchen: 10 Cheap, Renter-Friendly Improvements

for my laundry room, the only separated room i have besides the toilet room!!! i love dis

Modern laundry room design featuring built-in cabinets & sink! Stacked front-load washer and dryer! Love the idea of a sink, why can't you have everything in a small laundry room?

Bathroom Make Over: Shelves above toilet....want/need to do this in kids' bathroom

Bathroom Make Over: Shelves above toilet.want/need to do this in kids bathroom - Decoration for House

Divine Bathrooms - Portfolio

plantation shutters - Bijou but bright. Limiting the scheme to two colours, and choosing large tiles creates a feeling of space.


Small White Kitchens

Problem: Greasy FilmMake your own heavy-duty cleaner by combining three super grease slayers in a bucket or your sink: hot water, a cup of vinegar, and a squirt of grease-cutting dish detergent. (Skip the vinegar if you're applying it to natural stone.

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