House Tours: A Tiny Condo with Classic Style

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See how this 850-square-foot condo was transformed using the perfect pieces of furniture to add style and save space.

Cozy Conversation

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.

Pattern Perfect

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.

Neutral Tones

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.

Chic Dining

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.

Simple Office

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.

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.

Vintage Inspired

The reproduction dresser adds a dark accent and keeps the bedroom from feeling overwhelmingly pastel.

Nightstand Makeover

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.

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