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Friday
May292015

Anna's small cool apartment 

Anna recently moved into a small 527 sq ft apartment in Oak Park, IL and entered her fabulous new pad in the Apartment Therapy Small Cool 2015 contest. I think she has done an incredible job with her small space, using lots of vintage finds for a unique, shabby chic vibe. And because I love it so much, I think you should all go and vote for her in the contest HERE before it ends in a few hours. We don't often promote this but I am making an exception for a home I think is really worthy. So please go vote for Anna's pad!

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Tuesday
May262015

Apartment for a hooligan

Crosby Studios is at it again, this time with a very small apartment (with a name that cracked me up so I had to use it as the title) that appears to have had a fairly limited renovation budget. And once again, they managed to keep it sleek and cool and homey. 

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Tuesday
May262015

Stalking a smart apartment

Actually I'm stalking an apartment by Smart Design Studio but in another incarnation. You'll see the original styling of the apartment by the architect a few photos done but what is listed is another owner's take on the space. Not quite as dramatic (or perhaps it's the difference in photographers, the double images are from the architect's website) this softer, whiter version still showcases the clever layout of this studio apartment in Potts Point, Sydney. Link here while it lasts.

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Friday
May152015

The bachelor pad

Bright, cheery, light and fun. Not your usual brooding, heavy on the masculine cliché bachelor pad. At 50 sq m open plan living and full height storage make the most of the space while still being cosy and inviting. Garçonnière Marais by Parisian interior designer Tatiana Nicol.

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Tuesday
Apr072015

A small apartment 

A clever redesign of a small one bedroom apartment in inner city Sydney makes better use of the existing space without losing the character of this older style dwelling. The key was to make a small study area the bedroom with movable walls that borrow space from the bathroom and hallway. The original bedroom then becomes a dining room connecting to the living area, a luxurious addition to small space living in the heart of the city. Byron Hall Apartment by Stephen Collier Architects.

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