Here you will see Tiny Partments’ best finds of the week.
Firstly, we’ll go through the most interesting design projects, concepts, designer furniture, and accessories. Next, we’ll move to some products that can make your small-space dwelling life a lot better.
Let’s go, folks!
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This cactus-shaped terrarium from Firebox creates perfect conditions for your succulents and protects you from accidental pricking
Give your cacti the perfect greenhouse conditions to thrive in with this awesome terrarium.
Pot your plants in it if your succulents have seen better days, you tend to prick yourself, or if your pet doesn’t get the concept of “spiky plant = bad for curious noses”.
This caravan that was transformed into a luxurious music studio by Snask creative agency
This tiny caravan got transformed into a comfy and quite luxurious music studio. The project, headed and funded by Swedish creative studio Snask, was actually done for a non-profit organization Turning Tables. The non-profit reaches out to disadvantaged youth to give them access to music and film.
So a funky music studio on wheels fits perfectly in with their wonderful mission.
This fancy and stylish furniture for cats from Labbvenn
How about this line of designer cat furniture? These cat-oriented pieces are small-space friendly, combining functionality and the looks in one unique package. And, well, the kitties look like they are enjoying themselves.
Also, this brand creates accessories and furniture for dog owners.
This tiny sofa SHO from Pan Biwei transforms into a sofabed in seconds
The ingenious sofa called SHO is basically a giant pillow. Well, it’s actually a latex mattress held together by a unique metal frame. This duo allows you to easily switch its position from a sofa bed to an actual sofa.
These minimalist treetop cabins in Finnskogen, Norway
Would you look at these minimalist houses created by Oslo-based architect Espen Surnevik?
The combination of simple shapes, their hovering design, and black exterior make it a truly unique sight. Especially surrounded the luscious flora of Norway. Each cabin measures 40 square meters. Despite that, it can comfortably house up to 6 people at a time.
Also, the Pantone colors of the year for the past decade perfectly align with the color scheme of The Simpsons’ living room
Who would’ve known that a collaboration between Aspire Doors and Pete Bingham from Boom Online would result in this fascinating discovery (conspiracy)? You can find every Pantone’sColor Of The Year from 2010-2019 in The Simpsons’ living room. Plus, get this, the 2020 Color Of The Year is “Royal Blue”. Guess the blue-haired Marge Simpson would appreciate it.
This gorgeous vet clinic in Brooklyn designed by Islyn Studio
Welcome to Bond Vet, a vet clinic in Brooklyn. The interior designer, Islyn Studio, has done a marvelous job of creating a modern and welcoming space. After all, you can never go wrong with the classic combination of royal blue and terracotta. Plus, the studio collaborated with a veterinarian to make sure the environment has a nurturing effect on the clinic’s patients and their owners.
Let’s also look at some interesting product finds:
These chic light bulbs filled with Himalayan salt