Watch Small Space, Big Style

Andrew Yani, host of Small Space, Big Style will engage viewers at home to learn what can be done with a small space if the right decorating decisions are put in place. In various episodes, the show dictates how a space under one thousand feet can be functioning while still being stylish. A homeowner will learn how to use tricks to make the home more appealing.

Andrew Yani will show you how to select the right color choice for smaller areas and how you know what color is right for specific areas. When you learn what color choices are right for smaller spaces, the viewer is also going to learn what else can be done to make the room more appealing like adding specific decorations, pillows and accessories to bring out even more of the small space.

When learning to remodel, certain tasks will be taught along the way. Your small space can be changed to look larger without making massive changes. For instance, a kitchen and dining area that is limited could take a full length wall and make it into a half wall causing the open area to be transformed into a breakfast bar giving the home owner a better option for dining when you are a smaller family.

In one episode for instance, Andrew will teach homeowners and viewers at home how to create a message center that is decorative while functioning. The message center is going to be a wall that is decorated with fabric and ribbon along with cork backing to hold the tacks for messages without causing damage to the walls of the home.

Andrew Yani understands that often times, viewers and homeowners are limited on money and therefore will make changes that can be done on a limited budget amount. The homeowner and viewer can learn how to bring out the best of your home without spending a ton of money. Once the viewer and homeowner know what can be done to a space, Andrew Yani will move onto another home, which will tackle another floor plan, home type and more.

Thursday 6:30 PM et/pt on HGTV
5 Seasons, 65 Episodes
August 4, 2005
Reality, Home & Garden, How To
5.5/10
Cast: Rebecca Hill, Christopher Grubb, Michael Ray Solis
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Small Space, Big Style Full Episode Guide

  • Tour a railroad style apartment, a boutique hotel-inspired Brooklyn pad, a 350-square-feet space in Chicago and a quirky and octagonal-shaped space Miami.

  • Visit a green space full of glamour and change; experience big and colorful ideas in New York; see a fabulous family full of style; and check out a precious jewel box home.

  • A rehearsal studio becomes a retreat in Topanga Canyon; a Boston architect designs a bathroom in his favorite granite; a West Village apartment is full of blue and inspiration; and a home in Tokyo is open with natural light and simplistic living.

  • A Santa Monica cottage is full of bright bold colors; a Soho loft is transformed from industrial to historic; a homeowner and her architect turn 450-square-feet into a collection of art; and a DJ is part of a modern Tokyo home.

  • A homeowner turns his seaside space into a sanctuary; a creative couple's home resides above their furniture store; a Chelsea apartment is decorated with real bamboo; and a London flat is full of antique and theatrical pieces.

  • A musician renovates and decorates every square inch of his Chelsea home; a gal in San Francisco shops and saves money; a dedicated father turns his garage into a bedroom for his son; and a home in Tokyo is made of 270 steel boxes.

  • Learn to fit it all in your small space. Tour a modern cottage with storage galore in Charlottesville, a tiny New York apartment with major style, a trendy space in Venice, Calif., and a pop-colored pad in Manhattan.

  • Meet four stylish people who prove that small is the new big. Check out big drama in a NYC pad, comfortable modern in San Francisco, a small loft in Boston and a functional, stylish apartment in New York.

  • Don't tell these homeowners that small can't be spectacular. Check out slick urban style in New York; meet minimal in Chicago; tour a Boston loft and visit a tiny, pop palace in Greenwich Village.

  • Space may be a luxury but style doesn't have to be. Check out an urban cottage in Boston and a designer's tiny, over the top apartment in New York. Plus, discover an instant living unit called the Co-Pod and find out how best friends transform a space in Brooklyn.

  • Go small without feeling like you're live in a shoebox! Check out a New York apartment packed with collections, a modern bungalow in Austin, urban style in Buffalo and seamless design in NYC.

  • Transform your small space with smart design and the right tools. Check out a New York apartment with some innovative ideas, a home-built kitchen in Virginia, a marvelous modern space in San Francisco and a mini loft in Miami.

  • Living small doesn't mean you can't live big. Check out a tiny row house transformed in Washington, D.C.; visit a cozy getaway in Lake Placid; see an artist's space in Chicago; and a new addition calls for changes in one Miami home.

  • From eclectic decor to traditional charm, style is different to each person. See four spaces with different tastes. A cottage in Florida has a green motif; a New York apartment is full of hidden storage; a D.C. space boasts an amazing view and a very modern space is perfect San Francisco.

  • Big ideas can expand any space. Check out a tiny bungalow with Hollywood glamour, a little house with a big dance floor, a coffee table that's more than meets the eye and a modern mini-loft in New York.

  • When space is small, the little things mean a lot. See a stylish alternative to wallpaper in New York, a revamped San Francisco basement apartment, a cabin with a view in Toronto and a Chicago artist's miniature design.

  • A Brooklyn couple renovates a century-old apartment; a young family creates a home that takes advantage of their surrounding landscape; an apartment in Washington D.C. is transformed into a contemporary guest space; and in San Francisco, a teacher has a fantastic place for her Friday night gatherings.

  • Creative design can really open up a space. A family renovates a San Francisco flat to fit them all; high design and environmental efficiency distinguish a Houston home; the first off-grid and portable home has high style; and practical storage makes a New York condo feel spacious.

  • There are tiny treasured spaces all over the United States. Visit a lavender apartment with amazing views in New York City, meet a Boston resident who took inspiration from nautical design, check out a retro-modern space in Philadelphia and learn how salvaged materials help furnish a cabin outside San Francisco.

  • Little spaces have huge style. See a pre-war apartment with a post modern transformation; twins with attached houses each have their own unique style; a lifetime resident artist designs his Toronto space; and a bargain hunter shows off his space saving finds in his New York space.

  • Designing a small space can stretch the imagination. Meet two Los Angeles designers who revamped a tiny shack; check out a Brooklyn house built around a tree; tour a labor of love outside Boston; and visit a West Village Victorian.

  • Meet some creative people who make the most out of their small space. Discover how one New Yorker created a well-appointed studio out of a former hotel suite; check out the Awesome House in British Columbia; visit a Back Bay condo and tour an apartment originally designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei.

  • Check out these spaces with style that beat the norm. A playroom addition to an LA space lets the kids have fun, two architects make room for entertaining, a college student styles his dorm room and an antiques dealer mixes modern artwork with Victorian pieces.

  • Check out these spaces with style that beats the norm. An architect finds clever ways to maximize his New York space, sweet treats becomes design inspiration for one L.A. couple, glass flooring brings a unique touch to a small space and a Seattle architect takes advantage of his extra high ceilings.

  • Moving to a small space doesn't mean you have to skimp on style. A relocated L.A. couple decorates their New York small space. A delightful DC pad finds storage solutions, 12 people bring unique style in a Boston house, and an Italian designer gives some international flair to his tiny space.

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