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

Norman and Sharon Wilson's 600-square-foot, one-bedroom Florida condo has high ceilings, lots of light and a user-friendly design. The previous owner, architect Jorey S. Friedman, is responsible for the clever designs that use the space wisely. The view out the living room window gives the whole space a tropical feel, and a patio is their personal jungle paradise.

When you turn around in this room, it's a living room, dining room, office and kitchen all in one view. The 10-foot ceilings give a feeling of spaciousness.

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