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Whether it’s a first apartment or a penthouse in the sky, these notoriously small spaces can house big style. Click through the slideshow to see some of our favorite fancy flats.
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  Designer Jaime Hayon and his family took Dwell on a tour of his newly renovated apartment in Valencia, Spain. They filled the late-18th-century flat with vintage finds and Hayon’s own designs and prototypes. Photo by: Nienke Klunder  Photo by: Nienke Klunder

    Designer Jaime Hayon and his family took Dwell on a tour of his newly renovated apartment in Valencia, Spain. They filled the late-18th-century flat with vintage finds and Hayon’s own designs and prototypes. Photo by: Nienke Klunder

    Photo by: Nienke Klunder

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   Brussels-based designer Christiane Högner filled her rented apartment with repurposed flea market finds and found pieces. Photo by: Céline Clanet  Photo by: Céline Clanet

     

    Brussels-based designer Christiane Högner filled her rented apartment with repurposed flea market finds and found pieces. 
    Photo by: Céline Clanet

    Photo by: Céline Clanet

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  An artist friend helped artists Lawrence and Alice Weiner create a thriving roof garden atop their apartment building. Photo by Dean Kaufman  Photo by: Dean Kaufman

    An artist friend helped artists Lawrence and Alice Weiner create a thriving roof garden atop their apartment building. Photo by Dean Kaufman

    Photo by: Dean Kaufman

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   When Sacramento designer Curtis Popp built an apartment on top of his existing 1950s ranch-style home for his father, he made the 800-square-foot space modern and comfortable. Photo by Mike Graffigna   Photo by: Mike Graffigna

     

    When Sacramento designer Curtis Popp built an apartment on top of his existing 1950s ranch-style home for his father, he made the 800-square-foot space modern and comfortable. Photo by Mike Graffigna
     

    Photo by: Mike Graffigna

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   An American design couple renovated a 1630s warehouse in Amsterdam. They embraced its simplicity with a dining table and chairs by Piet Hein Eek and a Tufty Time sofa by Patricia Urquiola for B&B Italia. Photo by Rene Mesman   Photo by: Rene Mesman

     

    An American design couple renovated a 1630s warehouse in Amsterdam. They embraced its simplicity with a dining table and chairs by Piet Hein Eek and a Tufty Time sofa by Patricia Urquiola for B&B Italia. Photo by Rene Mesman
     

    Photo by: Rene Mesman

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