"LIBRARY" Nook in MBR high x wide x deep). Nakishima-inspired interior by architect Tim SEGGERMAN. Functional nooks crannies are part of a revamp of a tiny 240 sq ft New York City apartment. Photo slide-show of entire apt at link.
Rotating Sink, Has Cutting Board, Colander & More. This is the best thing I've ever seen -- especially if at least one of the parts is very deep like our sink. And I thought I fell in love when we changed ours to a 3 part sink, WOW!
Saving Space with a Suspended Bedroom London flats may be chic, but as in most cities space is usually limited. So designing homes in major cities takes a lot of creativity and space saving techniques.
TreeHugger has shown many ways to hide the bed; most are designed to gain more space. But the Red Nest by Paul Coudamay doesn't; the bed is still there taking up space, but is hidden by the sliding bookcase.