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129 Sq. Ft. Micro Apartment in Lithuania

This is a 129 sq. ft. micro apartment in Lithuania designed by Nauris Kalinauskas and Dalia Mauricaité according to Small Spaces Addiction. It’s designed and built within an old factory in Lithuania.

When you go inside you’ll find bright yellow cabinets in the kitchen, a sofa, dining table, and a creative storage staircase that leads you into the sleeping loft. Although you can’t see the bathroom, it seems to be tucked underneath the sleeping loft near the front entrance. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

129 Sq. Ft. Micro Apartment in Lithuania

129 Sq. Ft. Micro Apartment in Lithuania

Micro Studio in Lithuania Awesome Dog in a Really Tiny Studio Apartment Staircase to the Sleeping Loft View from the Sleeping Loft View of the Kitchenette and Bright Yellow Kitchen Cabinets Storage in the Sleeping Loft Cozy Bedroom... Just Don't Roll Over! 129 Sq. Ft. Micro Apartment in Lithuania 009


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  • Matt
    September 25, 2015, 7:40 am

    My lord, tweety bird has landed in the kitchen! Although it’s not my type of place it still seems like it feels very open. It definitely wouldn’t be uncomfortable.

  • September 25, 2015, 8:21 am

    For such a small space you have it very stylish and organized. I like the fact you can use your stairs for storage and I love the white cabinets/shelving in your loft area. The only thing is I would be a little nervous using the bed in the loft area. I would worry about rolling off of it. But all and all it’s a cute place!

    I love your dog, he or she is really cute! I love the dog’s painting! It’s a nice touch to your wall! Enjoy your place!

    • AmyCat =^.^=
      September 25, 2015, 5:40 pm

      Agree 100% about the loft. I’d sling a soft, hammock-rope safety net, securely anchored between the loft edge and the ceiling. It’d catch any sleepers who rolled over, without significantly blocking the light. Could also use it as a catch-all for things like slippers & bathrobe & bedtime-reading book, maybe hook your glasses through the web at night…

  • Deadrock
    September 25, 2015, 11:34 am

    One slightly athletic sexual maneuver away from tragedy. Also where is the ladder kept to reach the top cabinets? Finally, where on earth does Fido reside? Or is he stuffed and just part of the staging for the photo? He doesn’t seem to look…mobile.

    That said, I do like yellow. Cheerful color. It gives you something to look at considering whoever lives here owns absolutely nothing at all, which is just as well, because there’s no place to put so much as a book…assuming the cubbies at the end of the bed are all the space allotted to clothes. If you embrace minimalism to the extreme, this is at least private and cozy, and has a window. Hopefully triple glazed, since the cityscape outside of it leads me to believe it won’t be that quiet.

    Stairs are fun, if you’re over 12 or under 30. And sober.

    • SteveDenver
      September 25, 2015, 12:08 pm

      I literally LOL’d at the “tragedy” line. I was thinking “How do you make that bed without falling?” I need a more sensuous existence!

      • Kim W
        September 25, 2015, 1:27 pm

        The steps up to the sleeping loft are a great way to make sure Fido doesn’t come up – he’s not daft! Not sure I could manage the steps and wouldn’t risk sleeping up in the loft without any sort of barrier, never mind making the bed or playing mummies and daddies with my hubby! Presumably this micro apartment can be adapted to have a rail/bannister to make the steps and sleeping loft safe and a TV could be attached to the wall??? It does show what you can fit in to a small space in a city.
        I like yellow, but it is so bright, it could give me a headache 🙂

      • Deadrock
        September 25, 2015, 2:03 pm

        I admit as a single gal who’s new in town it’s been awhile since I had to rate my athletic prowess in quite that way, but fortunately I have a rich fantasy life.

        On a purely practical note – and there’s nothing wrong with being practical, Steve! – there IS no safe way to make that bed. But as this is an apartment clearly intended for a young, single, urban hipster, they may have no intention of ever making it anyway. Not that I know what young Lithuanian hipsters get up to these days – just sayin’.

        • SteveDenver
          September 25, 2015, 2:23 pm

          Young single urban hipsters are exactly the people I would think NEED a safety rail. When I was younger and trying to be hip, that’s when I did fall out of bed — or scooted someone else out of bed… not to mention coming home after a night of drinking, or having the flu and being disoriented.

        • Deadrock
          September 25, 2015, 2:40 pm

          Yes – it seems safety precautions are needed for the very young and wobbly, the youthful and stupid, and the old and enfeebled. There are very few windows of opportunity in life where good health and hubris render you reasonably accident-free. As for me, that last stage is dawning – or at least the eastern horizon is getting lighter – so banisters and rounded corners and handy toilets and everything functioning off of one universal remote for me, please.

    • Chel
      September 26, 2015, 9:12 am

      Deadrock, your comments are as refreshing as Cahow’s. Love reading them. Athletic indeed. 😀
      I notice that the side of the bed comes a little bit higher than the mattress to hide the duvet from below. That may be intended to provide safety, but I wouldn’t trust it myself.
      I suspect some of the stairs storage is accessed from the bathroom. More storage available from the sitting side would be useful, if only for a smart phone speaker dock.
      The end yellow cupboard appears to face the hanging space at the far side of the entrance, usefully out of sight.
      Works if all you need is a crash pad. Crash bump being what you might well get as it is.

      • Deadrock
        September 26, 2015, 10:58 am

        I love reading Cahow’s comments, too! Where has she gotten to, I wonders? I hope she still monitors this site, and is merely off having fun and/or making money, and will return anon.

  • Libby
    September 25, 2015, 11:59 am

    We think the tiny house movement is something new, however as you examine the tiny home, it has been around for centuries, just not always on Wheels so it was portable.

  • Sharee
    September 25, 2015, 12:09 pm

    Very artistic. I like the open cubes next to the bed where you can put books you read in bed. Kitchen appliances could be a little bigger, including sink. Refrigerator seems to be well hidden. On the 5th or 6th look I spotted the hanging clothes closet. If you look closely you can see small holes (finger holds?) where there appears to be lots of storage (like in some of the stairs). I like the potential of this tiny unit waiting for the first person to move in and personalize it. But I haven’t figured out where you would put a television.

  • Nanny M
    September 26, 2015, 5:27 am

    Oh dear. Would I die from falling from bed or being attacked by that aggressive yellow?

  • Deadrock
    September 26, 2015, 11:03 am

    Ha! It took looking at this for the nth time, but I finally spotted the closet! A single rail under the bed, to the left of the kitchen. Wonder why it took me so long to notice it? Well, that does add a *little* extra storage space, at least.

  • Glema
    September 30, 2015, 1:42 am

    A safety rail or two, and some differing colors would be nice in my humble opinion. I hope you enjoy your home and thank you for sharing it with us. God bless and happy trails!

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