Just 402 SF, but it’s NYC. Small spaces are exciting to me. They offer a rare opportunity to get super creative, resourceful, and find ways in which to use single pieces for multiple purposes.
Here is Option No. 1 – $2805.38
Top Left: CB2 . Flat Iron Apartment Sofa 60″ $799. Bottom Left: Ballard Design Color Block Linen Pillows $39. Right: Zara Golden Sphere Side Table $199.
In small spaces it helps to have a calming palette, but not everyone wants a space without a pop of color. If you go neutral with big pieces you have more flexibility to make inexpensive changes by changing out pillows, accessories, and inexpensive art.
The use of acrylic in small spaces is brilliant as it allows you to see through the room, creating the illusion of grandeur.
Left: Queen Headboard from The Inside in linen. $499. Right Top: Zara Linen Curtain $49.50
I would propose hanging the curtain by a traxx.com ceiling mounted rod, and hanging a piece of artwork on the dining room side of the curtain – also from the ceiling. This gives great separation of space. Etsy has wonderful artwork at very reasonable prices. It’s a go to resource.
Throw these on a bed with white cotton sheets and you have a happy pop of color.
Left: Target Sconce Light $37.99 . Right: Urban Outfitters Pink Velvet Dining Chair $99.
Option 2 – $6343.98
Dealers can be found by visiting Verellen. These are wonderful pieces and should be considered heirloom – you will have them for life if you take care of them. I recommend use of either the chairs or the sofa, which is apartment style available in 70″.
Storage is key to a happy life in small spaces. In cabinets, under the beds, stashed under sofa’s – use it.
The Inside is a wonderful site. Very reasonable prices, hip design, and design collaborations, all made in the USA and ships direct to your home – no middle man. Think 2 – 3 weeks. Hello!
I would recommend getting two of these hex ottomans. They work well as a coffee table or side tables.