Skittles Offers Chance To Live Rent-Free In NYC Micro-Apartment Designed By Dani Klarić



To celebrate the recent launch of Skittles Littles, the candy brand is offering one lucky fan the chance to live in a rainbow-decorated micro-apartment in New York City with rent paid for a full year.
Skittles isn’t afraid to max out the micro and deliver a truly pleasantly perplexing way to experience our newest innovation, Skittles Littles Ro Cheng, Vice President at Mars, said in a statement. We hope to inspire moments of everyday happiness for fans, helping them enjoy the little things in life through our Skittles Littles Living apartment.
The mini-yet-maximalist 353 square-foot Skittles Littles Living apartment is located at Carmel Place, Manhattan’s first micro-unit apartment building developed by Monadnock Development. The unit was decorated in a rainbow theme by Gen Z interior decorator Dani Klarić, who makes the most out of every nook and cranny to offer a stylish solution to one of Gen Z’s most common concerns.
The Skittles Littles Living apartment feels like a small escape from reality with the rainbow colors and maximalist decor, Klarić said. 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.
Fans 18 and older can visit to enter for a chance to live in the Skittles Littles Living apartment for a year, with the rent paid for by Skittles.
TMX contributed to this article.