There's no denying that decorating a small space is challenging, but that's all part of the fun. Right? So when it comes to styling your own home, really push yourself to think outside the box—interior designers swear by these tips—and you'll be surprised at what you can achieve. This Swedish home has a ton of cool inspiration to trick out your tiny apartment. With some careful layering and well-placed details, you can create a cozy environment that feels open and airy, even if it's not. The bedroom is a perfect example of this. The three-legged stools double as side tables, a window ledge doubles as a bookshelf and sentimental collectibles, and chic wall sconces add light without taking up precious floor space. The hanging clothing rack is a genius replacement for a closet too—it is the one IKEA piece every stylish girl owns, after all.
West Elm Mobile Chandelier ($279)
Vita Copenhagen Eos Pendant Light ($269)
IKEA Sinnerlig Cork Stool ($50)
Black Hobnail Cast Iron Teapot ($26)
What are your small-space styling tricks? How do you make a size-challenged home appear bigger?
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