Living in 100 sq ft.

I need some ideas. HELP!
  14 answers
  • Snapoutofit Snapoutofit on Dec 03, 2015
    I would start by looking at decorating magazines in your style for inspiration. Your library probably has magazines to check out, you can't check out the current copy but usually behind the rack are the older ones. Check out a bunch (and support your local library) and take home to look through. Also look on Pinterest,you can search by catagory. Once you determine your style and what furniture you have to work with, Post a more specific question so we can better help you.
  • K K on Dec 03, 2015
    ikea has great ideas for small footage, not that you'd need to buy from there but they have great space saving floor plans
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 03, 2015
    Without any photos and knowing your sense of style there is no way to advise you.
  • Jonnie Hammon Jonnie Hammon on Dec 03, 2015
    What direction are you wanting to go? In what area? Storage, decor, etc...?
  • Mary Mary on Dec 03, 2015
    If you have tall ceilings a loft bed would give you more living space. If the ceiling is too low a dual purpose bed such as a day bed would help with storage. A couple of chairs that fold and could be hung on the wall when not in use. There are some cool looking ones out there or redo card table chairs. Could look like art if you want. Vertical shelving either a bookcase or stacked crates, under the bed storage, storage boxes on shelves horizontal to ceiling up higher. Think dual purpose. If you need to cook here also look at the mini house movement articles and full time RV blogs. Hope this helps. Good luck.
  • Laura Jacobs Laura Jacobs on Dec 03, 2015
    Murphy bed! Or loft bed with seating and shelves under it. Table attached to the wall that folds down when not in use.
  • Julies1949 Julies1949 on Dec 03, 2015
    Check out Resource Furniture
  • Do you watch all the new "tiny home" shows that have popped up? They show amazing tricks on how to get small spaces productive!
  • Barbara Butters Barbara Butters on Dec 03, 2015
    Vertical as well as Under .... Bed, for example . Use furniture that do double duty, ottomans that store inside , use as chairs at a table that adjusts small to large or is attached to a wall and can be folded down .
  • Thebakers47 Thebakers47 on Dec 03, 2015
    I agree with a previous commenter. IKEA is the place to go. If you don't have one near by its worth a trip to go to one. They have rooms set up for you to look at. Even if you don't buy form them the ideas you take away will be of great value.
  • Kini Kini on Dec 04, 2015
    There is a website called "" they have great idea
  • Marion Nesbitt Marion Nesbitt on Dec 06, 2015
    Does the space include a bathroom? There is small and there is miniscule. Sorry, I would go insane in this small a space.
  • Jeanne Martin Jeanne Martin on Dec 08, 2015
    I had a lake cabin that was only 12' x 12'. Remember that you have double the space...just look up! I used a vintage hammock to hold extra bedding, quilts, pillows, etc. I hung pots/pans on the wall by the Coleman campstove/kitchen area. We used reclaimed Barnwood and made shelves a little above head high. I bought inexpensive matching baskets/totes and that is where we kept our clothes. I found vintage folding wood chairs at a church sale and only kept two of them out for everyday use. The other two I hung on the wall (when folded shut they lay pretty flat) for easy, quick access when needed. It's amazing what you can come up with in a pinch for space!
  • Pat3109356 Pat3109356 on Dec 12, 2015
    Thank-you for all your help. Great answers!