Welcome to part two of my tiny homes series! Today’s tiny home is an apartment located in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. The building was once a cardboard box factory and has been converted into apartments/lofts. This apartment was designed by Becca Interiors, and, while it may be small, it is packed with style. Enjoy the tour!
(all photos are from the Becca Interiors portfolio)
There is so much interesting texture and architectural detail in this apartment: the brick walls (bedroom), the wooden beams (see below), the black metal window casings, the wood floors, and the black fireplace mantle with the black herringbone interior tile (below).
Becca uses a tight neutral color scheme of black, white, and tan to unify the small space and make it feel more roomy. Even the art work coordinates with the color palette.
Notice that the brick walls in the bedroom, pictured below, are painted white, which lightens the room and unifies it with the other living spaces:
This apartment feels very natural and organic, but is also quite sophisticated. It isn’t your typical industrial-space apartment!
See more of this small home by Becca Interiors here.
Thanks for stopping by; I hope you liked Part 2 of my tiny homes blog post series.
See you next time!