Urban Style Living

Cities offer all the best of culture and a vibrant lifestyle. But when faced with minimal square footage, many homeowners extend an urban style to their tiny dwellings.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe highlight of the living area is the 38 feet of windows that expose the loft to Boston's cityscape.
When Heather Wells happened upon this condo, it was a white box with track lighting and concrete floors — not very enticing to an architect with a special interest in interior design. Though the interior was generic, it was also a great raw space with an amazing view. Now renovated, the loft incorporates classic New England-style furniture, soothing colors and sophisticated architecture.

Heather installed a bench that runs beneath the windows to provide storage and seating. She also built a coffer into the ceiling to add architectural detail to the space.

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