I always say that I was tiny living before tiny living was popular! I live in a charming 750 sf bungalow which was built in 1920. It has a living room, dining room (which is usually used as my studio space), kitchen, one bedroom and a bathroom. On most days, it’s plenty of space for me.

Living Room

This room changes with the seasons.

fall coffee table in living room


The kitchen doesn’t change too much except some days are neater than others! It’s honestly not a ton of space but I make it work the best that I can. The area where the refrigerator was actually for an ice box originally. It is a small utility porch with large windows on the three walls and door that leads to the side patio area (which I really don’t use).


The bedroom is a 10′ x 10′ square so it barely has room for a queen size bed. I insist up on having my grown up size bed though and therefore I don’t have a lot of options for furniture placement. It’s practical and I’ve found lots of ways to hide storage over the years in this room. Don’t let those curtains fool you, there are windows behind them, but what else do you think lurks behind them!? Take a look in the blog posts for some secrets.

bedroom with brocade and blue