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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 it
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.

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  1. Carlos Lima July 26, 2013 at 10:22 am

    I think the biggest problem with “micro” apartments is finding affordable furniture and appliances that have that design paradigm in mind. Eventually these smaller living spaces will be foisted upon the working class as “normal” all the while appliances/furniture geared toward working-class Americans (non-NYC) are larger.
    So to really have a positive impact, micro-sized furniture, appliances, and fixtures have to have become more affordable and widely available and not exclusively through boutique shops and firms.