Small But Spacious

Small homes can feel spacious with the right design elements and efficient storage.

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Fishbowl in San Francisco
Downtown San Francisco is the oldest part of the city, full of fabulous restaurants and other exciting venues. With so many amenities just outside his door, Bill Williams doesn't need a lot of space inside. His tiny 487-square-foot loft is right next to a freeway, but he doesn't mind; he even waves to the morning traffic. Williams created a separate bedroom in his space, with a loft bed above the bathroom.

Williams accentuates the industrial elements of the old building. High ceilings with exposed pipes make the apartment feel more spacious than it really is.