Mars, Inc.

In New York City, Skittles has revealed a rainbow-filled 353-square-foot micro apartment designed by maximalist interior decorator Dani Klarić. With maximized aesthetic and functionality, the apartment is in Carmel Place by Common, an apartment building developed by Monadnock Development and managed by Common Living, a Habyt company.

"The Skittles Littles Living apartment feels like a small escape from reality with the rainbow colors and maximalist decor," says Klarić. "Living in a small space doesn't mean you have to think small when it comes to style. I had so much fun transforming the Skittles Littles Living apartment with bold colors and funky furniture."

The Skittles Littles Living apartment is nestled among the other innovative, fully furnished units at Carmel Place by Common. With floor-to-ceiling windows, Juliet balconies, and nearly 10-foot ceilings, the micro-sized units feel spacious. Building amenities include gathering areas, a co-working space, a rooftop terrace, and a fitness center.

Mars, Inc.

While the other units feature warm wood tones and quiet neutrals, the Skittles Littles Living apartment is jam-packed with color, lively decorations, and creative storage. "Skittles isn't afraid to max out the micro and deliver a truly pleasantly perplexing way to experience our newest innovation, Skittles Littles," says Ro Cheng, vice president at Mars. "We hope to inspire moments of everyday happiness for fans, helping them enjoy the little things in life through our Skittles Littles Living apartment."

In conjunction with the candy’s latest innovation launch, Skittles Littles is giving one winner the chance to live in the space with rent paid for a year.