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The Best of Tiny Homes: Part 2

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) 

 

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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).

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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.

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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:

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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!

6 thoughts on “The Best of Tiny Homes: Part 2

  1. I love it and sometimes I think I would like to edit my home and be this focused and restrained and then, you know, I see a fabric or find something amazing and blue and white or bamboo or something i think would look fabulous painted green… or coral… or… and off i go 🙂 But I admire the look so much!

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