Style with Color
Color can open up a space and add original style. A prefab space has unique features for maximizing space, a Chicago space becomes a hideout for storage ideas, a New Yorker colors her apartment 14 hues and a London space gets stylish.
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The LV is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, freestanding home that is designed to look much bigger than it is, by using high ceilings and lots of glass. All of the functional parts of the house are tucked into the spaces without windows—a small wall for the kitchen and an enclosed cube for the bathrooms. This allows the main living spaces to have large glass sliding doors, visually and psychologically borrowing space from the outdoors. With all that glass, Romero has still found a way to incorporate lots of covered storage to keep everything tucked away.