Open space studio apartment in New York

This is a 443 square foot apartment. It’s a tiny place but it’s also a cozy home for its owner. The studio apartment is located in New York and it belongs to Caroline who shares it with her friendly pet cat. As in most similar cases, the key to designing a tiny apartment such as this one is simplicity. You need to give up anything that’s useless. This includes purely decorative items and things you hardly ever use.

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Caroline’s tiny apartment is like a sanctuary. It’s a very calm and cozy place where she can relax and be herself. Despite the apartment’s small dimensions, it’s a very bright and airy place. That’s because the apartment is simple. When decorating such as apartment you need to try to open it up and to cleverly take advantage of every little inch. You also need to be organized. If you weren’t already, living in a tiny apartment will teach how.

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Even though it’s not visible from the start, this apartment has lots of storage spaces. Whether they are hidden inside the cabinets or they are open shelves, it doesn’t really matter. They help keep everything clean and organized and they also hide any unnecessary things, leaving the rooms airy and fresh. Even though Caroline had to simplify everything, the apartment is still very warm, cozy and inviting. It’s what a home should feel like, regardless of its size.{found on apartmenttherapy}.