No two small interiors are quite alike, and this space may be one of the smallest interiors we’ve featured here on Inthralld. Located in Paris, France, what this tiny home lacks in space it makes up for in creative storage and style.
What was once a master suite of an apartment in the Montparnasse neighborhood is now a 130 square foot micro apartment that houses all of the necessities. There’s even an extremely creative way to house the mattress-slash-sofa. The bed doubles as seating space for lounging and entertaining, which rolls away discreetly underneath a set of steps on the floor. The Magis One stools add some much needed contemporary pizazz to the inner environment, while the storage really looks like art and functions just perfectly. The space was designed as a collaboration project between architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet.