Tiny studio apartment with ingenious interior design solutions

It seems logical that a small apartment can’t become larger unless it is actually redesigned and extended. However, interior designers like to fool the eye by finding all sorts of ingenious solutions. A nice example is this small apartment from Chelsea, New York. It measures only 650 square feet but it actually seems larger because of the interior design.

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The apartment was designed by Robert Garneau of Studio Garneau. He turned into place into an airy and spacious area for its owners. The clients are a couple who run their office from home so besides needing a nice and cozy place to live they also needed an office space for work. The designer used many built-in features to open up the rooms. For example, a sliding wall in the bedroom hides a built-in storage and a series of bookshelves. It only covers them but because it’s white and continuous it gives the impression of a larger space.

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Every little inch of space was exploited to its maximum. Even the space under the couch was used to include storage drawers. The kitchen features a multifunctional piece with three adjustable heights that can be sued as a kitchen island, dining table and work surface. A sliding door hides a small bedroom area with a pull-down bed and built-in niches that serve as nightstands. When not used, the bed goes up and the room becomes a part of the living area. The whole apartment is full of clever solutions.{found on }.

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