Inside This Interior Designer's 450-Square-Foot Studio Apartment




In this Nifty Home Tour, we take a look at how one NYC dweller managed to transform a small studio apartment into her own special home. Subscribe to …

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Inside This Interior Designer's 450-Square-Foot Studio Apartment

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  1. Yay, someone finally using room dividers (one at foot of the bed, in case you missed it). They can be expensive but they are amazing at creating 'rooms', keeping heat in or out and such! Love 'em.

  2. Everything in my house is loved or useful…or both. I could never have an "all matching" style home. As long as you keep the feel of each room the same then there's no need to go out and buy furniture that looks like it was picked from a floor display. I agree, your house should reflect who you are. Mine does…..100%.

  3. This really sums up my perspective on decorating. It has to mean something. I think that's why I hate so much of interior design you see today because everyone has the same west elm or CB2 furniture, using it in the same way to fit this trend and it's kind of sickening. I love apartments with color and character and warmth.

  4. Wow you've lost your Kiwi accent (or maybe you didn't have one?). I enjoyed this video – I just bought an apartment myself and I'm struggling to decorate it and come up with ideas! I simply am not creative nor very good with making stuff myself. I admire people who can just throw things together and it looks cosy and warm. At the moment, I just have some basic furniture and am looking to add more. I definitely want to add more artwork on the walls but don't know how to structure or pick the correct art work… I don't know what my style is but I'm prone to clutter and am really trying to avoid it in my new place. By the way, I love that ladder shelf; I want to get one for my books; I see a lot of shelf decorating tips on youtube and people seem to use them for anything but actual books they read (not just coffee table books that look nice). I have space as I have a two bedder in Sydney. My lounge/dining area is a bit small so I'm still looking at furniture pieces to fill it.

  5. This house gives off a lot of noise coming from those objects, it's hell for a minimalist lol. The decor honestly beautiful but I would feel insecure in there

  6. I love the aesthetic and message of this video but I'm concerned about the idea of painting the floor, does that ruin the wood? Does she rent the space? If she does how is she able to do that? Also she said it was better than a rug because rugs are hard to move but if she ever wants to remove the paint how does she plan on doing that? I don't think using paint stripper in that small of a space is very safe or easier than shifting a rug

  7. She sold me on the Sims. I still play it till this day for my day to day whether I'm interior decorAting, thinking of outdoor ideas, even play on it to run businesses

  8. Lucky you
    When I was a child my parents would just let it be messy I mean it's cramped and lots of trash everywhere
    My parents weren't really mentally stable at that time they always had a fight

  9. I. 13 and my dads is a bricklauer and carpenter, my daycare when j was an infant till the time j was five used to give me IKEA catalogs and let me circle the things I liked. O also like the sims. Me and my dad watch HGTV together and draw floorplans together. I what to he an interior designer

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