The choice to trade in square footage for location-based convenience is a growing lifestyle trend in cities throughout the U.S. But toss out the notion that a return to simpler living means giving up luxury and style.
Liz Hepper carved this cozy 1,000 sq. ft. pied-de-terre out of a 1929 Co-op building in midtown Manhattan. When you have very little space with which to work, the challenge is to make every inch count. Multifunction furniture pieces and building in storage wherever possible is key.
If you’ve recently embraced smaller scaled living, this collection of top looks by 1st Dibs designers is sure to inspire.