Small, Smaller, Smallest
These space-saving tricks and impressive designs prove you don't have to sacrifice style in a tiny home.
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High-End NY Apartment
Sarita Tabarez presented interior designer Paul F. Ochs III with a challenge. She wanted her small New York apartment to be cozy and intimate, as well as place to work and entertain. Ochs used clean lines and punches of color to give the space a relaxing feel and the drama that Tabarez desired.
Lowering the ceiling allowed for a four-poster canopy that gives the red bedroom an even cozier feeling.
Planning is key with a small kitchen, but Tabarez has been able to entertain 24 people in her hardworking space.
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