Interior design maven and Instagram star Whitney Leigh Morris makes living in a mere 362 square feet look elegant and effortless—even with a husband, baby, and two Beagles in the mix. In her debut book, Whitney shares her best ideas for making any tiny space efficient and stylish; whether it's a rustic A-frame in the woods or a chic microapartment in the city.
Featuring 300 tips for making the most of your tiny home, Small Space Style is the must-have, incredibly inspirational guide for living large in the smallest of spaces. Join tiny home expert Whitney Leigh Morris as she demonstrates how to craft floorplans so spaces do double duty, personalize storage to look chic, go vertical when surface space is limited, DIY your own clever custom built-ins, streamline media devices, use furniture for more than one function, keep clutter to a minimum, and even entertain a crowd in a small area.
With chapters on all that we do in our homes (living, sleeping, eating, and bathing), Small Space Style features real-life examples from Whitney's own delightful and sophisticated cottage in Venice Beach, California, as well as home tours of some of her favorite tiny houses, micro apartments, and otherwise small spaces.
Small-space lifestyle expert Whitney Leigh Morris believes that we don’t need to live large to live beautifully. She chronicles her family’s daily life in The Tiny Canal Cottage, a 1920’s bungalow in dreamy Venice Beach, California through her blog and Instagram account (@whitneyleighmorris). The Cottage is under 400 square feet, and is not only the home of Whitney, her husband, their toddler, and their two rescue beagles, but it’s also the couple’s full-time office.
Whitney’s sage and stylish advice on how to live comfortably and contentedly in compact quarters has landed her in numerous media outlets via features and/or as an expert contributor. Her advice has been shared via Today, Domino, Apartment Therapy, Refinery29, Cosmopolitan, Design Sponge, Lonny Magazine, My Domaine, BuzzFeed, Architectural Digest, The Huffington Post, Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful and many more. She has worked with notable home brands including Anthropologie, Target, CB2, Pottery Barn, Macy’s, The Home Depot, Wayfair, and several more.