What does it take to be able to live in a minuscule apartment? A penchant for throwing things away helps, as do friends with carpentry skills and a healthy dose of patience. Friendless and lacking diligence? Never fear. There are plenty of small space hacks that money can buy to make your adorable 100-square-foot
house box in Cobble Hill a home. Come, learn the secrets to living in a microdwelling.
And now in more detail:
1. Marie Kondo's book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. This is the bible for microdwellers.
3. This crazy minimalist furniture from Japan. It does so many things!
4. A toilet-sink, of course.. It saves space, and is probably eco-friendly.
5. A Wall of Mirrors to maximize the look of space, although don't do it like this.
7. Nature, in the form of tiny plants that hang on the walls.
8. A kitchen pegboard, to hang pots and utensils.
11. A cool rug to cover your 10' by 10' square of floor.
12. Over-the-sink cutting board to enlarge your 7 inches of counter space.
13. Curtains as fake walls, to give the illusion of privacy.
14. A convection microwave, so you can zap Hot Pockets and bake cookies.
15. A tiny frying pan to use on your tiny hot plate.
16. This table that folds up to become a giant picture frame.
17. A well-stocked bar. When the claustrophobia sets in, you'll want a drink.
18. A nearby park, so you can remember what wide open spaces feel like.
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