The challenge: Create a “bedroom” (well, at least a bed nook) in an open-layout studio apartment. Our solution: Choose visual dividers that separate the space, but that don’t block sunlight or cut up the square footage of an already tiny home. Presto—your single room will suddenly feel like two (or more.
Jackie’s apartment is the perfect definition of chic meets glam. At only 466 square feet, this studio-turned-1-bedroom is any girl’s dream sanctuary. From brass accents to cosy seating, this apartment has it all. GET THE LOOK As stunning as this apartment is, it didn’t necessarily start out this way. It took a few months to create the...
Name: Sydney Callands and my dog IvyLocation: Upper West Side — New York City, New York Type of home: Basement Brownstone ApartmentSize: 350 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: Whenever I move to a new place, I put a lot of thought into how I want to decorate because I like for my home to be my sanctuary. My home is my happy space and so cozy.
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Today I’m psyched to finally be sharing some pictures of my new apartment! As you may know from previous posts, this is my third apartment since moving to New York City, and I’m back in the building where my first apartment was – again in a studio, but this time…
Name: Emily ForgioneLocation: Crown Heights — Brooklyn, New YorkType of home: Studio apartmentSize: 235 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: I live by myself in this cute and cozy studio in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. I love this vibrant neighborhood and having Prospect Park and lots of friends nearby. I didn’t think I could afford to live alone in this area, and was preparing for my fifth (!
“My tiny apartment is trying to suffocate me!” …Scream thousands of millennials as we simultaneously reach our breaking points in our cramped little apartments, wondering if we’ll ever be able to live in an American-dream-grown-up-house. After several physical altercations with your closet that s