This Lower East Side apartment makes 432 sq. ft. of space go a long way with a few simple tricks. Clutter-free surfaces, bright pops of color on a neutral background and a mirrored wall that bounces back natural light back all make the studio appear larger than it really is.
If you’re looking for some professional help maximizing your tiny apartment, take a page from this model apartment seen at the Museum of the City of New York. Highlighting NYC’s new micro housing plans, the installation featured the latest in transforming, double-duty furniture and could be configured in a number of ways to suit the needs of the inhabitants.
We really have to hand it to Felice Cohen for taking her teensy weensy 90 sq. ft. Manhattan studio and making it livable. See how Ms. Cohen transformed her claustrophobic living area and box-like sleeping loft into a well-organized, and even comfy, abode.