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How do you make a tiny New York City apartment into a livable 240-square foot space with a sleeping loft? You enlist the help of Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman, who renovated this Upper West Side brownstone studio into what it is today.

"LIBRARY" Nook in MBR high x wide x deep). Nakishima-inspired interior by architect Tim SEGGERMAN. Functional nooks crannies are part of a revamp of a tiny 240 sq ft New York City apartment. Photo slide-show of entire apt at link.


A small space idea, like a tree house in your room. Utilize all space with shelf stairs up to the bed box. Get a closet too and all of it up off the floor space. Great for a boys room. Put a BB Net on the bed and voila! they can play indoors.


The bedroom is a private room that should be designed as comfortable as possible. A neat and comfortable bedroom will make the owner feel at home spending hours