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 CaptionDorf has made the closet feel like an additional room by painting the walls a Tiffany blue and installing a crystal chandelier that can be seen from the living room through a transom glass window.
Mid-Century Modern Chic
After purchasing a tiny studio apartment in downtown Long Beach, California, Marnie Dorf committed to creating a well-designed space with practical function. The highlight of her studio is her boutique-themed, walk-in closet. Originally designed to fit a Murphy bed and built-in dresser, she decided that sleeping in the cramped space wasn't her style. The closet is now completely dedicated to voguish storage.

By keeping her belongings neatly tucked away in a modern closet system, she has been able to reduce clutter and streamline her 398-square-foot studio space.

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