Dreams in Miniature

Homeowners fall in love with small spaces every day. See a tiny grotto cottage near Miami, a charming loft in San Francisco, a stylist's live-in salon in New York and an upside-down renovation in L.A.

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Instead of using a screen as a divider, Butler uses the furniture and the aesthetics of the room to create two spaces. By backing the furniture against each other, the focus of each area is its function and not the other room with which it shares floor space.
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