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Making Smaller Spaces Work Harder

Friday, March 9, 2018   /   by Ruth Ballantyne

Making Smaller Spaces Work Harder


Making Smaller Spaces Work Harder



 



As condo sizes trend smaller, their cost per square foot inevitably grows larger, putting pressure on owners to make the most of their available space.



 



For example, consider a “Murphy” bed that disappears into the wall, a foldup bed that compacts into a sofa or coffee table, or a loft bed with open space or a closet beneath it.



 



Similarly, dining tables can slide into wall



spaces and custom frames can turn television screens or bicycles into hanging artwork. New kitchen appliances can be especially clever, borrowing designs from ship galleys to



create efficiencies that are so effective that even a gourmet chef would feel little or no compromise.



 



Such inspirational furnishing and storage designs can create unique opportunities to maintain a more open, spacious-looking condo.



 



*Article Supplied by Morris Marketing*

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Brampton, ON L6W 3R1
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