Tiny Treasures

Wish you had more space? See how four homeowners coaxed the genie out of the bottle and got their wish to fit all their treasures into their diminutive abodes.

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Visit four small homes that make a big statement. A tiny, treasure-filled New York loft, a San Francisco row house that blends form and function, an exotic Far East retreat in Chicago and a stylish sailboat in Miami all exude a style that overcomes space limitations. See what secret treasures you can find for your home!

Eclectic New York Loft

Many find that minimal is the way to go when living in limited space. Not so for homeowners Richard Dragisic and Bill Brockschmidt. Their 570-square-foot New York loft is filled top to bottom with treasures. Architectural surprises throughout the loft blend form and function. In living within stylish economy, storage is the secret: it's a balance of what to hide and what to display.

People say that white makes a space look larger. Actually, color can expand a space when used carefully with light. The homeowners chose an unusual, bold color for the walls. In small spaces, bold colors can dominate a room and become overwhelming.