August 16, 2013

Friday Find: The Smallest House in Italy

I have lived in some small spaces in my life. When I first moved to New York City at twenty,  I shared a loft with three other girls. There was no living room, no eating space, and my double bed took up 95 percent of my personal space.  Let's just say it wasn't the most pleasant of living situations. It definitely wasn't as glamorous as this little home situated steps away from famous Roman landmarks like the Pantheon and Saint Peter's Square. The stunning architecture and creativity of the space won me over- I just had to share! 

 Could you live here? I find it very futuristic- perfect for a student or young adult. Sad to say there is just no room for my shoe collection!

Happy Friday loves!


  1. This is really tiny! But what a clever design! Really like it - not sure I could live there, but it looks so cool! x

  2. They did a good job of using the small space they have...but there's no way I could live somewhere that tiny! I'm claustrophobic very easily in too small of spaces. Have a wonderful weekend!


  3. How innovative and neat! I like how they made use of the space- I could see myself trying it out for awhile for a bit of adventure!

    Happy Friday to ya!
    Simply Akshara

  4. That is way too tiny for me! A claustrophobic nightmare! Happy Friday lady!

  5. Looks amazing, but I would never live there for the same reason - my shoes! Also I have so many books, photo albums, photo frames, little knick knacks and so on. But i have to admit - really beautiful place.


  6. WOW that is tiny! They definitely made the best of it though! I'm jealous you lived in NYC! I've never even been! I'm not jealous of the living situation you had there though! :)

  7. My closet could use up that space...! LOL SO TINY! It's cute, though. Really cute.

    Jules of Canines & Couture

  8. I could totally live here, if I wasn't married or had kids or a dog! Haha. It's seriously adorable though! Also it's in Italy! ;)

  9. Hee hee I know I like to watch House Hunters International some of the "houses" abroad are pretty small compared to what we are use to in the states. It is a Texan's nightmare! :O

    Ali of

    Dressing Ken

  10. it would be the perfect place to live as a college student! Love it!! xo

  11. This design would really need to force you to live simply! You'd have to be constantly editing... which isn't a bad thing.


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