Living Small

There's always room for big ideas when living small.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis room functions as a dining room, guest room, laundry room and office thanks to cleverly used furnishings.

All About

Baby Makes Three

This young couple barely finished unpacking when they discovered they were expecting their first baby. Plans for their 697-square-foot Miami apartment changed quickly. What didn't change were their stylistic choices. Mike Morel adds the rustic organic feel to Annhy Shim's more modern, minimalist interior design sensibilities. Wood floors, grass wallpaper and a collection of Indonesian masks define the character of their main living space.

You can have it all; you might just have to fit it all into one room. A secretary in the corner folds down to reveal a fully functioning office, and then closes right back to disappear back into the room. A large closet houses the European all-in-one washer/dryer. Morel cut the legs of the dining table to better fit the sofa and bench they use as dining seating. When they have overnight guests, they just slide the table off to the side and open the sofa into a double bed.