Besides color and pattern, incorporating unexpected accents is a third way to add personality to a small room. In this kitchen, the faux brick backsplash (complete with slight variations in tone) was hand-painted by Lydia of Pudel Design. When she swapped her light-color floor for dark tiles, the decorative element popped even more. Get more details at Pudel Design./
Very often in small spaces, there's not room for overly large furniture or lots of extras. That's why the search for sized-down furniture can yield unexpected rewards -- even the three-shelf unit here. It offers just enough space for extra towels and toiletries, as well as pretty display space.
Agata Wierzbicka is a Warsaw, Poland based freelance interdisciplinary designer, who works on a junction of art and design. After having received M.S in Furniture Design and later in Architecture in Warsaw and Brussels, she focused her professional carrier on illustration, art and small scale design, ofttimes mixing all together within a particular project. I love to observe people on the streets and travelers in various situations.