It's no surprise by now that Parisians are tiny-living geniuses, but that doesn't make it any less fun to see a well-executed space-saving apartment, especially if it transforms. Observe here, a 194-square-foot pad that was spruced up by French designer Géraldine Laferté (and first spotted by Apartment Therapy) and employs similar high-efficiency tricks as some of the most impressive tiny houses.
For one, both the dining table and bed fold down from the wall. Yet when they're folded back into the wall, other amenities are activated—say, a bench or compact workspace. And of course, there are a lot of discreet storage cubbies.
· A Tiny Transforming Paris Apartment [Apartment Therapy]
· 9 Small-Space Solutions From Ingenious Tiny Parisian Pads [Curbed]
· Impressive Tiny House Built for Under $30K Fits Family of 3 [Curbed]
· Groovy New Tiny House with Full-Size Appliances Can Sleep 8 [Curbed]
· Witness the Transforming Feats of 15 Small, Adjustable Homes [Curbed]
· 3 Space-Saving Decor Tips for Tiny Kitchens [Curbed]
· 3 Design Tips From the Dreamiest Tiny Cottage in New England [Curbed]