My house is tiny. (Yes, I know I've already complained about this on and on, but I'll continue to do so until I mysteriously inherit enough money to be able to upgrade.) It's so small it makes a hobbit hole look luxurious, and if we squeezed ten people into our living room they wouldn't be allowed to move. We've got a collection of unframed prints just stacked in a pile because we haven't got a spare chunk of wall space to hang them on.
If you're in a similar predicament — either because you live in an apartment or just have a weirdly proportioned house — then you'll know the struggles that come with trying to find the line between decorating your house (and squeezing everything you own in there somewhere) and keeping it from being uncluttered. If you're trying to figure out how to work with a smaller space, then read on for my top tips.