Style with Color

Color can open up a space and add original style. A prefab space has unique features for maximizing space, a Chicago space becomes a hideout for storage ideas, a New Yorker colors her apartment 14 hues and a London space gets stylish.

  • Floor-to-ceiling cherry makes the ceiling feel higher and the room seem larger.
  • A wardrobe doubles as the wall behind the bed.
  • A two-sided fireplace gives this 740-square-foot home its cozy feel.
  • With all of its space-saving features, this laundry room can serve multiple functions.
  • Cabinets flow all the way from the kitchen to the front door.
  • Fourteen colors meld beautifully in this East Village apartment.
  • Jeanie's vintages lunchboxes aren't just for display — they also store her craft materials.
  • Even the bedroom in this apartment is painted in bright-colored hues.
  • Windows help make this small home feel much larger than it actually is.
  • Rocio proves you can put windows in nontraditional places.

Resources(Hide)

    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website: www.libbylangdon.com
    • Marlon Gobel, Designer, Luxurykills
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    • Jacob Ward, Managing Editor, Readymade Magazine Website: www.readymademag.com
    • Pablo Uribe
      International Designer
      Website: www.studiouribe.com
    • Jens Bogehegn
      E-mail: jens@zacuto.com
    • Jeanie Engelbach
      Photo Archivist
      E-mail: jeanie@photojeanie.com
    • Rocio Romero
      Architectural Designer
      Website: www.rocioromero.com
    • Alissa Walker
      Design Writer
      Website: www.gelatobaby.com
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