Gallery: See How This Tiny West Village Apartment Uses Double Duty Furn...

The color doesn’t only bring out James’ personal aesthetic and tastes, but also makes the apartment’s historic decorative molding pop, as well as the gorgeous fireplace mantle. Inspired by a beach scene painting, James translated the color palette into decorative aspects of the apartment.

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  1. davieboyplays December 7, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    although the dramatically sudden and most surely sudden embracement of the micro-apartment … the truth is that the working class and poor have subsided for many generation with woefully little free floor space. it’s not what you have – it’s what you do with what you have. merry xmasses, david.

  2. Jeremy December 7, 2012 at 10:01 am

    Love this kind of thing. There was a programme on British TV recently called George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces that profiled some ingenious double-use furniture. The most remarkable example was an apartment in Barcelona which had one room that could convert into a kitchen, then a bathroom, then a bedroom. There’s a Youtube video about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juWaO5TJS00