Tiny Treasured Spaces
Inspired design turns small homes into tiny treasured spaces.
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At the end of a cobblestone lane in an 1860 brownstone, Ray Ehscheid and his partner found their Boston flat. They fell in love with the sunlight streaming in from several windows, the 11-foot-high ceilings, the original hardwood floors, the moldings and fireplaces and the charm of this historic space in the heart of the city. Some remodeling and revising made it work for them.
Ehscheid lives by the principle: "small space, small scale." His living area features furniture that is in scale with the petite size of the room. The furniture fits comfortably in the room and creates natural conversation areas.