Tiny apartment in New York with exposed brick walls

This is another small apartment just like the others we’ve presented. However, this one distinguishes itself from the others by the exposed brick walls. The apartment is located in New York, NY. It measures only 325 square feet. However, in this case the size is not everything we’re interesting in. The interior décor is quite unusual.

The apartment has four large windows on both the northern and the southern side. This provides plenty of natural light throughout the whole day. It’s also a detail that allowed the owners to create this particular décor. The exposed brick walls are not something you can include anywhere. It’s an element that requires certain conditions. For example, in a dark space the brick walls would only make the room darker and unpleasant. In this case however, they give character to the space. They create a warm and inviting décor.

The brick walls integrate nicely in the kitchen. They are also interestingly used in the bedroom. The living room, however, features pink walls. Even though it’s not a neutral color, it’s a shade easy to mix and match with everything else. In this case it complements nicely the warm décor created by the brick walls.

The living room features a calm and cheerful décor. Now let’s talk a little about the storage needs of this apartment. There’s only one closet in the apartment and it’s located in the kitchen. For the rest of the rooms, other solutions were found. Shelves are practical and functional and can be easily integrated in any room. In this case, addition storage space was created in spaces such as inside the sofa. It’s another example of how to deal with tiny spaces.{found on apartmenttherapy}.



Published by in Apartments, on April 10th, 2012

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