Small space living is a fact of life these days. It can be easy to get down on your small living space, but with a little know-how you can transform your home in unimaginable ways. Don’t believe me? Just check out these 14 small space living gurus on Instagram.
This is the ultimate bohemian tale with an ultimately awesome ending.
Inspired by a 6 month road trip they took in a VW bus, Natasha Lawyer and Brett Bashaw now call a vintage airstream home. Living the Washington country life, their Instagram is filled with warm tones and a cool retro feel. They’ve done a lot with their space, and really maximize it with seasoned, simple pleasures and a good eye for space.
Mandy and Kevin are offering their Instagram followers a truly unique experience.
They’re not only showing you how to maximize your small space living experience. They’re also taking their tiny home on a cross-country road trip — and you can follow along for the fun! Starting in November 2016 and ending in 2017, the couple are taking their home across the US accompanied by their 4 pets. And you can see it all on Instagram.
Vintage airstreams make another appearance in this lovely blog.
Kate, Ellen and their daughter Adelaide love restoring vintage airstreams and they document their journeys directly to Instagram. There’s also great tips on small living, storage solutions and life on the road guides. It’s a great blog for those wanderlusters at heart.
For those who call small, studio apartments home — this one is for you.
Whitney documents her journey and how she makes the most out of her 362 square foot home / office / studio. You can peruse through her stunning gallery and gleam a bit of insight in to the world of small living. She also operates a great blog filled with guides, directions and inspiration.
Tereasa and David of @campwandawega have restored a historic Wisconsin site that hosts camps, workshops and getaways. The camp boasts a colorful history and incredible small spaces like a treehouse, bunkhouse, log cabins and teepees. It’s something straight out of a Wes Anderson movie.
This is another “life on the road” one for those road warriors out there.
Julie Puckett and her husband share their travels in their 200-square-foot bus. @house_bus documents their daily lives and a weekly feature captures other inspirational small spaces on #tinyhousetuesday.
This organista’s style in one of my personal favorites.
This Instagrammer creates dusky dream scenes in her home. Follow along as she transforms her little bungalow in Sacramento with her wife, children and Great Dane, Callie. #thecottagebungalow is full of rich layers of bohemian inspired textures and color combinations.
Tranquility is the name of the game on this Instagram account.
This feed is filled with peaceful, tranquil scenes of wood-working and tiny-space van living. The charm of his space and simple journey encourages a hand-crafted, slow and simple life. If DIY is your thing, this might be just the inspiration that you need.
@Blogsachi is a great blog for mothers who are looking to maximize their small living space.
This mother has carefully documented the whimsical space of her 3-year-old daughter in a tiny house. The gallery is adorable and super sweet, and follows her daughter’s amusements and dreamland routine.
You can follow this Instagrammer, Erin Boyle, as she documents her #lifeinatinyapartment in Brooklyn, where she lives with her husband and kids. Believing in the principles of living simply and honestly, Boyle captures something that we can all relate to.
This designer-to-be expresses her creativity at home with her husband and shares her dreams of being an interior designer from her little New York apartment.
At 550 square feet, @amiraelgawly definitely qualifies as a small space living guru.
She shares her home in Washington, D.C. as well as thoughts on organization, living clutter-free and learning balance while on sabbatical.
Juley Le, lifestyle blogger and a business developer out of New Orleans, wants to shift away from the perfectly curated life and share a work-in-progress in her business and at @juleytl. Take a look at her 700-square-foot home tour posted this year.
Rebekah Carey and her husband created a stunning bungelow in the 1905 garage of Rebekah’s grandmother. By following their Instagram account, you can find out how to transform your own tiny space.
And there you have it! The definitive list of the 14 small space living gurus you need to follow right now on Instagram. Get inspired to transform your living space and maximize your home through organizing and creative solutions!