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All of the furniture was meticulously handmade by Klebba and Reis to serve the family’s needs.
Each hut consists of two bedrooms with double beds, a small alcove, bathroom, shower, and small kitchen.
It's Hip to Be Square
This pair of handy Portlanders doesn’t crave any more of Oregon’s territory than what’s taken up by their 704-square-foot home,...
Architect Paul Syme designed custom storage units with dark-stained walnut fronts that provide a place for everything...
Toys are stashed in the play area.
Wood WorksFaced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim...
“Being your own client is very difficult, and different from the standard process—you get to be more...
Sarah accesses a custom storage unit in the hallway, an addition that made use of a space behind the wall.
The Swing from Resource Furniture uses a swinging shelf to form the bed support.
This Is How You Can Live Large in a Small Space
With clever storage and a retractable skylight, a London apartment feels larger than its 576 square feet.
Hynam designed and built the cabinets under the stairs and a drawer that slides out from beneath the bottom step.
"Architecture helps influence the mood and set the scene," architect Jon Handley of Pulltab Design says.
The cabinet under the built-in desk opens to reveal a fold-out bed for guests.
A drop-down countertop conceals dishware and other kitchen belongings.
All it takes is gentle downward pressure to lower the desk to the floor, bringing the kid-size mattress into position...
When it’s time to eat or do homework, the adults lower the tabletop, revealing a dozen book cubbies.
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