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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After years of dressing up actors, costume designer Anne Kennedy used the same skills to dress up her Washington, D.C. apartment. The location sold her on the 700-square-foot space, which was rough but full of potential. She chose a bigger dining room over extra closet space, and a bright orange bathroom makes it easier to wake up in the morning.
To open up the dining area and create better visual flow, Kennedy cut out a large opening between the dining area and living room. Her favorite thing in her apartment is a chandelier made from a street lamp that blew off in a hurricane, filled with Christmas lights.