Magnificently Minute Spaces

Designing a small space can stretch the imagination. Meet two Los Angeles designers who revamped a tiny shack; check out a Brooklyn house built around a tree; tour a labor of love outside Boston; and visit a West Village Victorian.

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According to Lynnette, the original bathroom was the world's worst — tiny as an airplane's. But the pair spruced it up and converted it into a "two-sinker." Sliding glass doors and tiled surfaces allow the light to travel through the room and expand the space. Interestingly, there are windows on each end of the shower that open to other rooms in the house. The windows are actually privacy glass: flick a switch and an electrical charge flows through the glass, turning the window opaque.
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