Tina and Rob downsized to a 400-square-foot apartment so they could afford to get into the housing market. They’ve been living in this space for 3 years and have become masters at downsizing, organizing, and playing Tetris with their stuff to create a comfortable, functional home that has a minimalist and spacious feel without feeling cluttered.
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They put a lot of thought and intention into every aspect of their home and came up with some beautiful interior design ideas as well as some clever storage and organization hacks in each space, from the kitchen and living room to the bathroom and bedroom. We’ve gotten so many great ideas after taking a peek inside their little condo for two!
Living in a small space isn’t easy, and it requires a lot of discipline to keep the space clean and uncluttered. One of the things Tina and Rob do to prevent things from piling up is a one-in, one-out rule. So if they’re bringing something new into the apartment, they have to get rid of something to make space for it.
But some of the benefits of living small are undeniable, it’s more affordable, it’s simple, and it can reduce your environmental impact if it means you use less electricity, buy fewer things, have less space to heat and cool, etc.We hope you enjoyed this video!