via Gizmag (↬WebUrbanist)

When Swedish architect Karin Matz discovered a small space in Stockholm, which for over 30 years had been used for furniture storage, she was instantly inspired to transform [the 36 sq m (387 sq ft) space] into a multipurpose tiny home.

Using pine-plywood Matz based the design of the kitchen and bed area on an IKEA unit. Glass panels are used to separate the kitchen/bed/wardrobe spaces from each other and roller curtains have been fitted to the ceiling, allowing the kitchen and/or the sleeping quarters to be closed off from the living area.


zaynlickmyanus replied to your photoset “treated myself to some new pretty things so i’m treating you to these”

you should be modeling this stuff professionally i wouldn’t have guessed that these were home selfies at all without the caption

pls omg thank you

HI I’m trying to use Twitter I don’t really get it cause I just make text posts here as long as I like anyway???

but follow me on there if you want I guess


09/22/14  (+1)  


"I invented the, uh, cheese… cracker. Yeah."

Your selfies are great and your sooo gorgeous like I reblog your selfies everytime I see them

eep thank you bub love you


I can’t believe its been over 3 months since I saw one direction at wembley stadium. I really want another tour ! had so much fun and even though I spend over 9 hours waiting outside it wasn’t that bad and met some nice people from so many different countries

alexysqueenofbrooklyn- took my hat 😡😂❤️ 


just cos yolo