Interior Design for Small Spaces

Posted: February 11th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Interiors | Tags: , | No Comments »

Random nic nacs on my office bookcase.

For some odd reason I love small rooms and apartments. One of the best small apartments I ever saw belonged to my good friend Todd Romano, the NYC interior designer. His Upper East Side flat was tiny, but had all the style and grace of Versailles.

Today’s article in The New York Times highlights the possibilities one can achieve in a small space.  The article is about Zach Motl, 25, who “has made the most of this studio apartment in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, which he rents for $944 a month, and has outfitted for about $2,500 in the three years since he moved to New York City,” says the Times piece. “He has hewed to the old decorating dictum that says the more stuff you put in a room (albeit artfully arranged stuff), the bigger it seems. More really is more.”

Not bad for 178 square feet.

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