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    Small Room Design Home Tour

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    Small Room Design - Decorating Ideas for Tiny Rooms - House Beautiful-A Brooklyn Studio

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    Brooklyn Studio Invention and salvage are style trademarks for Zach Motl, a window designer at Ralph Lauren's Madison Avenue store. His small space motto? "It's about making one room feel like five," he says. "It's about how you arrange the furniture, and how the pieces play off one another." The daybed in his 425-square foot-Brooklyn studio is an assemblage of two Ikea Malm twin beds – he used the headboard and rails of one bed, substituting the floorboard with the headboard of the second bed.

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A 48-square-foot kitchen in New York City. "To fit everything in, I had to shave every element of the design," designer Stephanie Stokes says.

Hinson's Fireworks wallpaper by Albert Hadley highlights a mirror Ewart designed as a simplified version of the living-room mantel mirror.

A nautical-themed alcove bedroom. "It's supposed to look like a berth on a boat," designer Stephen Shubel says. "Most people say the whole house feels like you're aboard a beautiful old wooden boat.

Mud Room....stripes are a great way to make a small room seem much larger

I love this because it looks easy to do. just ikea pax wardrobe and malm dressers.

AMAZING: Use Bigger — But Fewer — Furnishings It may seem counterintuitive, but outfitting a small space with just a few large-scale pieces (rather than a mishmash of pint-size furniture) can actually make it feel grander. That said, don't be afraid of filling up the space. When a room is populated with furniture, it actually appears larger.

A high ceiling and wall of windows gives design consultant Ellen O'Neill's 450-square-foot studio in New York City a light, airy feel.

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