Four Designers Convert Small Homes Into Diamonds in the Rough

Style doesn't have to take up a lot of space -- which is a good thing considering a New York apartment, an Austin house, a New York studio and a Miami loft all have less than 1,000 square feet.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis decor is not for the faint of heart. With a designer's eye and imagination, Pons likens the inflatable furnishings to animated objects as they're more like cartoon furniture.
A bizarre interpretation of light and airy is the distinguishing feature of this 960-square-foot loft located in Miami's design district. Designer and homeowner Luis Pons is committed to his concept and the effect is breathtaking—literally. The loft is filled with inflatable furnishings. Pons was inspired by two factors: a design project he worked on to capture an aesthetic element of the beach and a low budget. He loves his inflatable furnishings because they're versatile, collapsible and store away easily.