Collection by Allie Weiss

Tiny Apartments in New York City

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In New York City, minuscule studios and cramped family apartments abound. In these examples, homeowners found clever solutions to less-than-ideal square footage, carving out surprisingly luxurious digs in the most unlikely spaces.

A blackened steel staircase, executed by general contractor Richard Kaleta, leads to the private quarters on the...
Living small is par for the course in New York City, but accommodating a family of four in under 700 square feet rarely...
Like a Murphy bed, the dining table tucks into the wall when not in use.
The bed, usually scattered with Legos and toy cars, “is a big playground for the kids,” says Krastev.
Juli & Kanishka Raja (New York, New York) “I think I went into this pretty cynical: there is no way all of these...
Wood WorksFaced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim...
"I think of the bed as intimate space," Hughston says, "and putting the bed away—having it out of sight when not in...
The table’s base, which itself is an additional storage container, rolls easily into place to support the surface.
A parallelogram-shaped window pane, rescued from an architectural salvage yard, was outfitted with steel edges and...
A seamless sliding door by CS For Doors—accented by Mockett hardware—separates the master bedroom from the living room...
Of the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s not-quite-500-square-foot aerie in Greenwich Village, five contain drawers.
Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman designed and built what he calls a “crafted jewel box”.
Raising the bed above floor level, architect Kyu Sung Woo converted this tiny studio into an open and comfortable home...
With Lolipop bunk beds from Resource Furniture, the space can comfortably sleep four.
An Eames Storage Unit helps to define distinct living and dining spaces.
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