Whether you’re pimping out a camper or downsizing into a tiny home (maybe even with wheels!), efficient design matters. The main considerations when decorating a small space are simple: look for multi-purpose furniture; buy the best quality gear you can afford (it’ll last much longer); and banish clutter. Once you’ve nailed those basics, follow these seven tips to live large in your small home.

A seaside retreat that's all grace and good views.

Create your own little world on the beach.

Who says you can’t build a cabin out of glass?

This is what happens when a group of Finnish architects jumps on the tiny-home bandwagon.

Wouldn’t it be nice to bring the serenity of nature into your home? Well, you can—if you’re ready to tear down some walls.

Architectural firm Bureau Bernaskoni went against the grain when it designed this no-frills Russian getaway.

How to design an energy-efficient getaway in the most remote places on the planet.

The City Cottage steals design elements from ships, making it one of the most efficient cabins we've ever seen.

Luxury living in the Malaysian forest

It's not easy building a home along Norway's outer coast. But the views are well worth the effort.

A Washington cabin set in stone

An environmentally-friendly cabin perched above the water

Cast off in this Norwegian getaway

A wilderness retreat overlooking one of the largest lakes in the country

An airy hideaway above Zambia’s Zambezi River

A luxury sanctuary in the Pacific Northwest

Tucked away in a Mexican vineyard

Take refuge under an ancient oak

The Stacked Cabin, nestled in a forest near Muscoda, Wisconsin, is the perfect Midwestern retreat.

Modern comfort in a stunning, rugged landscape