7 picks perfect for tiny spaces from Design Public

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I took a little stroll through Design Public this week to pick out a few high-design items for ogling. They have SO MUCH cute junk, and some especially great pieces for the space-crunched.

I picked out some artsy odds and ends, fun seating, great rugs, privacy ideas, and ways to organize that look pretty while they work. Let’s shop!

(Or at least window shop. I know lots of this stuff is way out of lots of our prices ranges.)

Need privacy in your too-close-to-the-neighbors dining room window? How many of you have the classic window-in-the-shower? This pretty floral window cling softens light and makes privacy pretty.

I spotted little animal pillows like this in an Iowa City indie store and fell in love. LOVE I SAY! They’re like stuffed animals, all grown up. Buy a squirrel, make it your own.

The Fatboy Original is a mad big bean bag for a sweet low price. I have looked up my share of adult-oriented beanbag chairs, and $329 (free shipping!) is a great price for a large bag.

Good-looking rugs are hard to find. I found you one good-looking rug! Seed rug, 8′ round.

Dormers and small-space livers, stash your crap in a multi-pocket wall organizer.

Vitra Algue is a designer privacy screen — snap together 25 pieces, over a balcony, up a wall, or between functional living zones and play around with space.

A corner-set food tray keeps your fruit and veg accessible, visible, and easy to grab!

Comments on 7 picks perfect for tiny spaces from Design Public

  1. I love the fruit holder, but at $125, oofdah! I’ll keep it on my wish list all the same.

  2. These are some lovely items and ideas!

    Expensive? Sure. Maybe we all can’t easily afford 100% of items listed on this site, but we can all gather ideas and find decorating inspiration…who cares if the vendor is expensive? Just enjoy the stuff for what it is.

  3. We had that cling stuff on the window in our bathroom at my parent’s place, I always thought it was so neat 🙂 and we moved in to that place back in 1985, nice to see that it’s still around! I always liked how it diffused the light so nicely <3

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