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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San Francisco Row House

Susanna Dulkinys and Erik Spiekermann knew small was the price to pay to live in a desirable San Francisco neighborhood. Putting their heads together, they devised ways to integrate luxury, comfort and function with fabulous results.

The row house is sandwiched between two taller buildings, so not a lot of light gets in from the windows. A well-placed skylight brings natural light pouring into the home. The homeowners take advantage of the bright space with an extra long dining table that also creates a workspace for multiple, simultaneous projects.

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