Colorful and Organized Small Spaces

See how color and organization are key to designing a small space. A Seattle couple gets organized to fit a home office, skylights become the center of attention in a NYC space, a beach condo gets a minimalist makeover, and bold color adds

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When Keith and Beth Miller moved into their 600-square-foot downtown Seattle condo, they realized very quickly that a small space fit them like a glove. They loved the design challenges, efficiency of living and less cleaning. The Millers are proud of the job they have done. In fact, Beth will be presenting her abstract submittal called Creating Abundance in 600 sq.ft. or Less based on their Seattle condo to a national organization this summer.

Their funky living room furnishings are not only beautiful, but the couch has adjustable arms and back so that it can fold down completely flat to accommodate overnight guests. Keith often works from home in his tiny but efficient 5- by 6-foot home office, containing organizer boxes, shelving and workspace for his laptop. Hidden storage throughout the space makes the condo seem surprisingly spacious.

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