My apartment in Manhattan is finished.
It’s a tiny house with the same amount of space as a small studio apartment.
It’s not perfect, but it’s perfect.
My apartment was built to last.
I built a kitchen and bath with stainless steel and ceramic tile.
I also bought a closet, a dresser, and a desk, and added a queen-sized bed.
My roommates share my living space and I have an outdoor patio, which means I can enjoy the fresh air while taking care of the laundry and laundry supplies.
I’m not the biggest fan of the stairs.
But, since I’m a tall, white person, I can’t get too far up the stairs without bending over.
The kitchen also has an open-plan design.
And the living room has a high ceiling.
My roommate’s house is a mix of the two.
He and I live in a single-family house and share an apartment in a townhouse.
There’s a nice courtyard and patio on the second floor.
I’ve been to the gym and even went to the dentist.
But, when it comes to a room like mine, I’m definitely the most versatile.
I can make a simple, low-key, high-end space, and I can easily expand the space if need be.
For this post, I’ve put together a few tips and tricks for making the most out of your space.
If you’ve got any ideas on how to get your home to look even better than it already is, I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.
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