Mini and Marvelous Places

Style doesn't need to take up floor space. Innovative homeowners incorporate design elements that expand the limitations of their square footage.

  • With a growing family, they created both shared and private spaces to suit everyone's needs.
  • Another storage cubby above the desk keeps miscellaneous office supplies out of sight.
  • The flow of the house remains in tact, and Kaplan gained a display area for his collections.
  • When you don't have much space inside, connecting it to the outdoors brings in a feeling of expansiveness.
  • The prototype for miniHome is the first completely off-grid, high-style, portable house.
  • The table can be folded and repositioned to create several configurations of dining/work spaces.
  • Any small space can be used for several purposes with the right furnishings.
  • It's a staircase that also tucks bookshelves and a hidden closet beneath.
  • The result is a clean, modern space with sophisticated style and a surprisingly cozy feel.
  • Having rented in the city for many years, Blitzer knew the value of built-in storage.

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    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website: www.libbylangdon.com
    • Marlon Gobel, Designer, Luxurykills
      We apologize no contact information is available.
    • Dawn Miller and David Schaefer, Homeowners
      Personal Stylist and Legal Communications Executive
      E-mail: dawn@styleforlawyers.com
    • David Kaplan - Homeowner
      Journalist
      Information Not Available
    • Brett Zamore, Designer
      Brett Zamore Design
      Phone: 713-623-1926
      E-mail: office@brettzamoredesign.com
    • Andy Thompson
      Architect
      Website: www.sustain.ca
    • Elizabeth Blitzer
      Homeowner
      E-mail: eblitzer@susanbecherpr.com
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