House Tours: A Tiny Condo with Classic Style
See how this 850-square-foot condo was transformed using the perfect pieces of furniture to add style and save space.
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Living in a small space doesn't mean you have to sacrifice high-end style. A small space allows you to splurge on the furniture of your dreams, such as these exquisite pieces the homeowner had been longing for.
Space Saver: Consider an armless sofa like this one. It still looks massive and comfy but it doesn't infringe on the visual space of this cozy conversation area.
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Beautiful prints and patterns add a dramatic touch to a tiny room. After falling in love with this spendy, melon-color Manuel Canovas print, the homeowner knew it would be the perfect fit for her living room.
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To make a small space look larger, stick to neutral tones. The lighter colors on walls and accessories will help the spaces flow together better, making it feel larger.
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To transition into the dining room, the homeowner kept it simple and sleek. Using Philippe Starck's Ghost Chairs, she created a classic look with a modern flair.
Space Saver: Use clear and glass pieces. They are chic -- and visually don't take up much space.
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Using a desk from her childhood, this homeowner chose to mix the classic lines with chic straight lines of a longer desk nestled against the wall.
Space Saver: Choose items with a smaller scale like this desk. It will instantly make a small room look bigger.
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Comfortable and Classic
To carry the crisp and clean feel into the bedroom, neutral color and patterns were used on the beds and walls. Simple pillows add a chic dash of color to the space.
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The reproduction dresser adds a dark accent and keeps the bedroom from feeling overwhelmingly pastel.
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The round iron tabletop was painted with a silver mirror finish. To dress up the nightstands even more, the bedside lamps are made from old balusters rescued from a garden fence.