In this tiny, but oh-so-chic sleeping loft, a small nook provided the perfect space for a closet, big enough to fit a standard suitcase, a few shelves and hanging room. A little bedside ledge makes a landing pad for a vase of flowers.
In this small kitchen, square footage is preserved by an ingenious Murphy table. At mealtimes, the table drops down from the wall to provide intimate seating for one or two. In an extra space-saving move, there is also hidden shelving for cups and glasses tucked into the wall.
In the entryway to this loft, Bertoia and Eames chairs are joined by a 19th-century Victorian reading chair from London. Open shelves provide handy book storage above the window and don't take up any floor space.
The footboard of this bed opens to reveal a television, perfect for late night (or nap time) viewing. The bed's platform is made from repurposed benches that also provide extra storage for books and pillows.
This brilliantly designed kitchenette, based on a traditional Japanese Tansu chest, contains all the essentials: sink, disposal, convection microwave, refrigerator and pantry shelves. Its staircase shape also adds display potential for artwork and accessories.