Free-Spirited Style For Small Spaces

Good design can transform even the smallest space. Homeowners use their free-spirited styles to make the most of what they have.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA most ingenious design to convert a deep closet into a slightly lofted sleep alcove also created storage for off-season clothes underneath and decorative shelving up above.
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When it was first built, London Terrace Towers in Manhattan was one of the largest apartment buildings in the world. Today it's still one of the most luxurious. Alton Dulaney and Andre Da Costa love their 450-square-foot alcove studio with its air of "Carnivale." A lot of the furnishings, especially the eclectic lighting fixtures, are one-of-a-kind finds from the flea markets of Brazil.

This closet offers just enough space for an antique full bed. Dulaney and Da Costa prefer having a sleeping area that does not interfere with their studio living space.

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