Maximum Style, Minimal Space

Moroccan on a small scale in New York; a classic Chicago loft; an apartment just big enough for two in Florida; and panoramic views in D.C. See how these homeowners' grand styles fit into their small abodes.

  • These homeowners have three big, comfy pieces of furniture to lie back into and relax in their living room.
  • This dining room also functions as a home office.
  • Shelving around the top of the bedroom gets the homeowners' books out of the sight line.
  • This homeowner likes putting his high-end appliances on display.
  • This Chicago loft is full of custom pieces and a style unique to the homeowner.
  • Chalkboard and magnetic paint are great for creating surfaces on which to write notes.
  • It's the details in this bathroom that help make it feel larger.
  • This modern bedroom pairs masculine and feminine elements.
  • These homeowners have a view of their living room, dining room, office and kitchen all in one.
  • This sliding doors take up less space than two swing doors would.
  • Everything has its place in this organized kitchen.
  • This outdoor space serves the homeowners as a great bonus room.
  • Colorful accents give this mono-color backdrop character.
  • This photo gallery can be changed on a monthly basis.
  • The homeowner doesn't cook a lot, so he uses the kitchen cabinets to store other items.
  • Under-bed storage is great for small spaces.


    • Gita Nandan, Architect
      Thread Collective

    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website:
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    • Tara Riceberg
      Chief Twe-kster, Twe-k
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    • Christian Couture, Decorator
    • Barbara Theile, Interior Designer
      Susan Fredman & Associates, Ltd.
    • Jorey Shoshanna Friedman
      Architect, SB Architects
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