Tiny apartment [+ETSY shop] with big design – Tiny, Eclectic, Amazing Spaces video

Tiny apartment [+ETSY shop] with big design – Tiny, Eclectic, Amazing Spaces video

Michelle Konar is a graphic designer, art director, runs an etsy shop out of her apartment and is a interior design enthusiast. She’s created her own wall art, refurbished furniture from flea markets, and a put up a unique back splash made of cork in her kitchen.

Tiny, Eclectic, Amazing Spaces celebrates big design in unique and tiny spaces.

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50 replies
  1. jessie justus
    jessie justus says:

    I was so excited to find this video. I went from a 2,500sqft home (for 2 and a dog) to our new home of 700sqft. you have great ideas that I feel as if I can apply to our new remodel. thank you

  2. acciothedoctor
    acciothedoctor says:

    ahh just beautiful.. how calming ..all the colours and the little balcony..of course ı wouldnt go with the hospital bed..you know bit depressing

  3. Balcon Frances
    Balcon Frances says:

    This  Space Tv series is very good, it is a pitty we can not see  more of them regularly. But please the blonde saying darling, OMG

  4. poppyshow1996
    poppyshow1996 says:

    I <3 this apt!  It’s so homey, and bright, and fresh.  I always come back to this vid for inspiration.  Now I just need the finances to bring my ideas to life.

  5. yoo toob
    yoo toob says:

    So many people who live in small spaces are frightened of color (it’s just paint!) and patterns (why?), and end up living in white paces that don’t represent them.
    This apartment says volumes about her. Friends wanting to live in her apartment is another way of expressing appreciation for her.

  6. Elizabeth Jack
    Elizabeth Jack says:

    Wow beautiful sweetie my apartment are so small I need help if someone can helping fixed my small apartment sqft 1040 thank you and God bless

  7. RubyOpheliaQuinn
    RubyOpheliaQuinn says:

    I would need to put some kind of fencing around that balcony so I could sit out there without people staring at me.

  8. Donna Galvan
    Donna Galvan says:

    Does your land lord let you paint walls, and put cork up for a back splash.. That is awesome, lots of landlords don’t let renters do that..

  9. Robin Greenstein
    Robin Greenstein says:

    Very sweet. Nice use of color. Although where did you hide your kitchen "stuff", i.e. spices, pots # pans, drying rack, etc.

  10. bunnygrays
    bunnygrays says:

    I wish that I could "like" this a thousand times! My husband and I live in a studio apartment meant for a single college student and I am always looking for ways to spruce up our rental. I love your idea of the fake back splash, I think that will be my next weekend project!

  11. missthunderstormable
    missthunderstormable says:

    i had an idea of putting a curtain on an ugly doors which i dont even need, it s just a storage room, so was thinking of a curtain as a way of hiding the doors, and i see you have something like that in your flat, so i think it is a good idea. 🙂

  12. A. Aviles
    A. Aviles says:

    Love what you did with the apt. But I wanted to ask. What did you use to stick the cork to the wall? I live in a rented apt. So I can’t do anything that may cause damage to the wall.

  13. 2legit64
    2legit64 says:

    Wow!  She has an incredible eye for design. I’m really considering a tiny house in my retirement and I’m having a ball checking out what people have done to make their small spaces cozy and functional.

  14. Zip Polla
    Zip Polla says:

    I’m guessing the rent is $1,800-2,000 per month for this tiny space. Manhattan and Brooklyn have become a place where only wealthy types can live. It’s become a city of elitists. Sad.


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