After looking at nearly 30 apartments, Tony Stavish decided to purchase this 500-square-foot home because of its great natural sunlight and good floor plan.
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As a designer, Tony Stavish could see the potential in this small space, and his neoclassical style has made the home rich with color, texture and pattern. From the bright yellow curtains on the windows to the toile slipcovers he made for the secondhand furniture, Tony's home is warm, cozy and inviting.
In the kitchen, Tony Stavish turned once-drab cabinetry into works of art by hanging inexpensive etchings on the doors.
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