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Tiny NYC Apartment Transformed

Quite sure most New Yorkers can relate to this 240-square-foot shoebox apartment with a sleeping loft over the kitchen. However, Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman, renovated the Upper West Side brownstone studio into the beauty below.

His solution was to insert what he calls a “crafted jewel box” into the undersize space, creating an enveloping cabin of blond woods. Not a bad idea, huh? Enjoy…x

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greghuntoon
greghuntoon moderator

I absolutely love this place. Clearly wouldn't work if you have kids, but I love the concept and the space-saving application. It's thoughtful and so well organized.

Ludwine Auguste
Ludwine Auguste

If you live in NY you might not even be able to afford that little space.I wouldn't be surprise if it goes from 1600 to 2500 a month,depends on the neighborhood.

Kairi Jabbar
Kairi Jabbar

Ain't nobody got time for that little space!! Lol

Sharon Gladney
Sharon Gladney

OMG THX! IM IN THE PROCESS OF MOVING TO YET ANOTHA TINY SPACE AND THIS WILL INSPIRE ME!

Sydnee Percy
Sydnee Percy

They did a really good job with this apt. Even though it is so small they used the space VERY wisely! I would be quite cozy