Category Archives for "Tiny Furnishings"
Several years ago the term hygge snuggled its way into American homes. While the Danish idea of coziness caught on like a crackling fire, it’s not a new concept. When I was a child growing up in Denmark, hygge was just a part of everyday life. Hygge is a Danish concept of coziness and warmth. […]Continue reading
Just like everything from the 1970s, the bean bag is back. If you are of a certain age, you will have fond memories of the bulbous, styrofoam filled bundles of fun. They bring back memories of afternoon Atari games, late night parties with friends, and the ability to be moved around the room just in […]Continue reading
Even though winter is on its way for the Northern Hemisphere, let’s still give some applause to tiny, beautiful balconies. Not everyone is lucky to live in a tiny house or even a traditional larger house. In fact about 1 in 8 people live in apartments with no outside space to call their own—unless they […]Continue reading
After the decluttering process is completed, every space in your tiny home should be pristine and completely organized. Yeah, right. Everyone knows there is going to be those random odds and ends that just don’t have a home: rubber bands, extra (but necessary) pens, tea lights, Post-It Notes, paperclips, and fun, but annoying corporate swag. […]Continue reading
Over the past decade carpet tiles have gone beyond airports and elementary schools. What once was a utilitarian way to cover a floor is now a sophisticated (and fun) way to add softness and color to any house—including a tiny house. Carpet tiles are squares of carpet that can be locked together. Carpet tiles are […]Continue reading