Maximum Style, Minimal Space

Moroccan on a small scale in New York; a classic Chicago loft; an apartment just big enough for two in Florida; and panoramic views in D.C. See how these homeowners' grand styles fit into their small abodes.

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All About

These homeowners broke a big rule in real estate: they turned a two-bedroom apartment into one open space. Christian Couture and Hayden Goltz transformed a dark, segmented apartment into a one-bedroom, Moroccan-inspired home with more light, bold colors and high-end materials. Now they're living the loft lifestyle they've always wanted.

One thing Hayden absolutely had to have was a big, deep, comfy sofa to lie back into and relax. Well, they've got three. A lot of people think you have to have small furniture in a small space. They found they don't need so much room for foot traffic. As long as they can get from one area to the next, these homeowners would rather have plenty of cozy places to sit.