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

Barbara Theile's dream has always been to live in a loft. She knew what she was looking for and was instantly sold on her loft when she saw the timbered ceiling and exposed brick. Barbara designed her built-in entertainment center and created a great space to display collections. A spa-like bathroom and a mixture of antiques with modern pieces keeps the space stylish and personal.

This 825-square-foot historical Chicago loft started as a blank slate. Barbara was determined to make it her home. She put in the time and sweat to create custom pieces and a style that is uniquely hers.

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