This Tiny Home In Rome Is Just 75 Square Feet, But One Look Inside Reveals An Inspirational Space

It’s called the “smallest home in Italy.” Down an old alleyway in Rome, the cubbyhole apartment started off looking more like a hovel than a luxury home. But all it required was an architect with imagination and the help of some renovation experts to convert it into a charming, if not exactly spacious, residence.

Once upon a time, having a big house was seen as the ultimate domestic dream. People saved for years to get the large home that they longed for. Ideally there was room for everything – individual bedrooms, a study, living, dining and family rooms… the list went on. And the more rooms, the better.

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