Living in small spaces is nothing new for city dwellers, but with the growing popularity of micro-apartments the need to think about how to use space efficiently is becoming more and more necessary.
We spoke with Casey DeBois an interior desinger based in New York City (the American capital of tiny apartments) to get some tips on optimizing a small space.
DeBois (who works with interior design service Homepolish) has experience working in spaces that measured a mere 400 square feet (pictured above), so you can bet when it comes to tiny living she’s got some big ideas:
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