Car Port Chic

Living in a small space takes a certain type of appreciation for efficiency. What really inspires design for these homeowners is a creative approach, the use of minimal space for this car port chic.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA clever cabinet that stores and hides and small furniture keep the main living area open.
A musician, Mark Robohm, renovates and decorates every square inch of his Chelsea home. He renovated this 350-square-foot Chelsea apartment himself, and there isn't an inch of wasted space. He added a lofted bedroom with a ladder that folds flush into the wall when not in use. In the living room, a mobile coffee table with a butcher-block top serves as a versatile piece. Robohm keeps it simple in design and materials, yet exceptional results.

Robohm designed and built the cabinet that hides the flat-panel television. The twist here is that the TV descends vertically down into the cabinet. Sliding doors on the cabinets and shelves expose some areas, while hiding other areas, so they can be used for both displays and closed storage.

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