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Trending on Remodelista: Small Space Smarts

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Trending on Remodelista: Small Space Smarts

May 23, 2020

A trove of ideas for living smart in small spaces over on Remodelista:

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Above: Designer Glenn Bann’s bright, charming home belies its tiny 600-square-foot size. Photograph by Weston Wells for Laura Fenton’s House from Little Book of Living Small, from Living in 600 Square Feet: Designer Glenn Ban’s Refined East Hamptons Cottage.
Architect Michael Godmer turned his compact townhome into a clever work-live space. Photograph by Maxime Brouillette, from An Architect’s Narrow Townhouse in Montreal, Design Studio Included.
Above: Architect Michael Godmer turned his compact townhome into a clever work-live space. Photograph by Maxime Brouillette, from An Architect’s Narrow Townhouse in Montreal, Design Studio Included.
Living large in a pared-down, seriously chic flat in London. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from 8 Reasons Why a 330-Square-Foot London Apartment Feels Spacious.
Above: Living large in a pared-down, seriously chic flat in London. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from 8 Reasons Why a 330-Square-Foot London Apartment Feels Spacious.

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