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Brooklyn Couple Lives in a Tiny 240-Square-Foot Apartment in NYC

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On July 13, 2012 @ 4:45 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase | No Comments

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If you think your apartment is cramped, consider this couple who live in a mere 240 sq. feet of space [1]…together…all the time. While it may seem like a pretty rough road to travel, Erin Boyle and James Casey love their lilliputian living arrangement [1], which they’ve hooked up with well-thought-out decor that actually makes it look larger than it is. Read on to see more pics of their minuscule Brooklyn Heights home [1] and get some ideas for your own small space.

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