You Won’t Believe This Home Is Only 1,100-Square-Feet!
See inside designer Cameron MacNeil‘s small yet spacious 1930s home. Discover how he created a bright and airy space by making the most of every square foot.
Cameron stuck to a palette of blues and greys throughout the home, inspired by his bathroom renovation. He maximized space in the layout by swapping the location of the living room and the kitchen. Smart storage and furniture choices make the 10′ x 12’ bedroom feel larger than it is, while original wood trim and doors add a rustic feel. A headboard wrapped in a bold ikat print by Schumacher adds a pop of pattern. The all-white kitchen, though small, is extremely functional with heavy-duty storage, like ceiling-height cabinetry and a small pantry next to the refrigerator. In the living room, large french doors stream natural light, while minimal furnishings allow a large gallery wall around the TV to steal the show.
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Release Date: April 29, 2016
Featuring: Cameron MacNeil
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