Tiny, Yet Trendy Places

To live in ideal urban locales, many people opt to make the move into tiny, yet trendy spaces. Small space living doesn't have to sacrifice comfort or style.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe result is a swanky bachelor pad created by an eclectic mix of textures, materials and colors of both classic and modern decor.
Anastas plays the scale of his furniture off the flow of light in the house. Plexiglas chairs add heft to the space but also let light flow through and balance the huge dining room table. As an ex-hardcore punk musician, Anastas made sure to integrate elements of his own personal style into the design, while staying true to Neutra's original vision.