Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC

Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC

A tiny 240 square foot brownstone studio apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side was renovated by architect Tim Seggerman. Inspired by mid-century furniture designer George Nakashima, a variety of woods including cypress and bamboo for the cabinets, ash and beech for the staircase, and quartered white oak for the floors were used.

In the upstairs sleeping loft, a crawl-in library with a maple ceiling was created. The kitchen cabinetry and bedroom shelving seamlessly blend together creating a clean design which makes the small apartment appear spacious.

Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC Efficient Design Of A Tiny Apartment Loft In NYC

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