Big Ideas, Tiny Spaces

Four small homes show the ingenuity of their owners: an all-white warehouse, a Spanish bungalow, a crafty live/work space and a tiny do-it-yourselfer.

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See four small spaces that make a huge impact: a white-on-white warehouse in Brooklyn, Spanish gone swanky in Los Angeles, a crafty live/work space in Washington, D.C. and a tiny do-it-yourselfer in Miami.

White Warehouse
Jacob Harris and Randi Brookman took a big leap of faith and lots and lots of white paint to turn an old shoe factory into a sleek, modern house. Their 1,000-square-foot, open loft went from warehouse to hip home in just a few days. And the entire house fits into one room, with a few creative dividers.

Brookman is a prop styler, and the magazine sets she works on often have white flooring to keep them bright and airy. So, she thought all-white floors would be a great look for a home. The kitchen, dining area, living area and even laundry room are open and expansive.