Looking for some amazing small-space interior design ideas, tiny-house living tips, or ways to get in shape at home?
Well, this week’s edition of “TP’s Best Of The Week” has everything you need and more!
This curated collection features the very best from around the web, so you can take your small-space-living lifestyle to the next level. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or just want to be entertained, this post has got you covered.
So come on in and take a look!
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“Elsa” tiny homes with an outdoor greenhouse
Designed and constructed by a small tiny-house building company Olive Nest, “Elsa” is the cozy Scandinavian-inspired house of your dreams.
“Elsa” was built on a trailer frame, with all the charming details you can think of. The 323-square-foot tiny home features an outdoor greenhouse sitting right next to a pergola-covered porch with a swing.
And the dreamy charm of “Elsa” continues into the interior. The space is filled with sunlight, the high ceilings giving the house an open, airy look. With a modern kitchen and bathroom, white-painted cedar walls, and a loft queen-sized bed, this tiny house is the perfect escape from the tediousness of daily city life.
4-in-1 transforming drop leaf table
As the demands on small spaces increase, the need for adaptable furniture is growing as well.
The multifunctional design of this table allows it to adapt to its environment, so you can create a dining or working space by simply adjusting the configuration of the folding leaves. You can have a place to eat breakfast for two, a desk to work from home, and a table to host a dinner party – all in the span of one day, all in one multipurpose table.
No wonder this ‘Drop Leaf Table’ was the winner of the 2021 Red Dot Best of the Best Design Award.
Exerbell space-saving water-filled kettlebell
You’ve definitely heard the phrase “if you don’t have weights, try using water bottles” while exercising at home. Well, “Exerbell” took this idea and ran with it to create a small-space-friendly solution for people eager to work out.
Made of recyclable and leakproof PET, the kettlebell allows users to make their own weight selection depending on what exercise they are doing. And after the workout, you can simply roll it up and store it in the closet or your gym bag without cluttering your space.
‘Rocco’ multifunctional outdoor firepit
The ‘Rocco’ fire pit by Mororo is the answer to every urbanite’s dream: a sophisticated yet multifunctional piece of outdoor furniture that can be used for cooking, partying, storage, and everything in between.
On top of being a fireplace, its engineered aluminum frame can be reconfigured into a sofa or a champagne bar using the accessories they have on offer. With them. the fire pit becomes a champagne bucket, a tabletop, or an outdoor parasol base. And the storage space underneath the pit can be used for wood or as a place to organize your extensive wine collection.
Wall-mounted folding chair
Pro-Idee’s folding chair is a simple and very clever storage solution for small urban homes with an even smaller entryway.
We all have “that chair” where you plop your hat or sit down to put on shoes. And despite its valuable role, it also takes up just as valuable space, especially in a narrow corridor.
This folding chair, however, was designed in a lattice-like way, meaning it can be folded against the wall in one swift motion to save precious space. But while it’s unfolded, it can hold up to 160 kg of weight. Definitely enough for tying shoes, holding grocery bags, and a few scarves that you’ll definitely put away any time now.
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A felt flower bouquet that will never wilt away
Maximalist dark botanical self-adhesive wallpaper
Chunky merino blanket
Brown paper bag vase
Wine bottle topper cheese board