Downsized Homes With Great Designs

Downsize your space, not your style. Check out a formal Miami apartment; a small, efficient apartment in New York; a serene New York retreat; and an ethnic paradise in D.C. These four homes are downsized but full of great design ideas.

  • Bright green walls contrast perfectly with this homeowner's black and white furniture and accessories.
  • The den is also a guest room.
  • Stripes add height to this small kitchen.
  • In the bedroom, playful patterns add excitement to the black and white color scheme.
  • These filing cabinets store everything from the homeowner's files to linens.
  • Artwork draws the focus away from storage bins.
  • When not in use, this counter folds out of the way.
  • Lots of natural light helps brighten up this small apartment.
  • The TV can be easily rolled out of its storage space whenever it's in use.
  • When the space is needed, the dining table can be easily rolled out of the way.
  • This frosted glass wall provides just the right amount of privacy.
  • Modern and traditional tastes blend seamlessly in this studio.
  • The cabinets go all the way to the ceiling for maximum storage.
  • The bedroom is also open to the living room/dining room/kitchen but is up two steps.


    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website:
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    • Tara Riceberg
      Chief Twe-kster, Twe-k
      We apologize no further information is available.
    • Craig Olsen
      Interior Designer, Bamboo Colony
      We apologize no contact information is available.
    • Rebeka Bieber, Designer
      Studio RED
    • Amanda Church, Artist
      Phone: 212-989-6353
    • Julie Evans, Artist
      Phone: 212-675-8011
    • Peter Tow
      Designer/Architect, Tow Studios, Architecture and Interiors
    • Sal and Yasemin Hakimi, Homeowner
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