Small Spaces in the Big City
These stylish digs prove there's plenty of room for imagination in the smallest apartment.
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Vintage Meets Modern
The artist who occupies this 650-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment in New York City decorated it with eclectic antiques, sidewalk finds and homemade pieces. Most of his furniture is European modern, including a sleek sleeper sofa from 1954. Nearby are French deco chairs from the late 1920s and an unusual upholstered chair from 1968 that was designed for the French presidential palace.
A vintage bedside sconce from the 1970s is directional, so it rotates wherever light is needed. Lights can be incorporated into a headboard with the wiring run behind it. Swing-arm lamps are a great option for reading lights.
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