Mini and Marvelous Places

Style doesn't need to take up floor space. Innovative homeowners incorporate design elements that expand the limitations of their square footage.

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Minimalist Color Scheme, Warm Details
When Elizabeth Blitzer purchased her 625-square-foot New York condo a year and a half ago, she set out to renovate. The most surprising challenge was finding a refrigerator and counters that would navigate her building's narrow stairwell. Living small is okay by Blitzer.

By assigning areas of the apartment for specific purposes and designing each distinctly, the space feels larger. The awkward sized living room was too narrow to feel like one space, so Blitzer split it in two. To keep the rest of the space feeling less cluttered, she arranged all of her artwork on one wall.