NICK OLSEN'S ITTY BITTY BROOKLYN STUDIO

7:19 AM

After seeing the magic designer Nick Olsen worked on this 295 sq ft (yes, you did read that right) space, I pledge to never complain about living in a small city apartment again. I absolutely adore the use of color in the space - the green accents add just the right amount of pop without being over-the-top. The dresser is also a great DIY idea.  He utilized every single inch of his space, and made it look mind-bendingly awesome and uncluttered. If you live in a mouse hole too, and want some tips on how to make it look super cool, check out Nick's video tour on House Beautiful.






{House Beautiful via everythingfab}

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8 comments

  1. How amazing! The place actually looks huge!

    Kate

    www.thrillofthechaise.com

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  2. Man, I love this! And I really love that it's so colorful. People always try to use lots of white space to make a room feel bigger but it can be so...boring. This is really lively and fun!

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  3. Wow, love those chairs! Thanks for sharing!
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  4. coming from a new yorker with a painfully tiny apartment, i'm impressed.

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  5. For someone who has to move into a smaller apartment, this shall serve as inspiration!

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  6. Ok, Ok, I promise not to complain about my little apartment (which is roughly double the size of this studio and not nearly as stylish). I have been itching to re-pant our dressers but my husband claims this is impossible since he finished them himself;) I may settle for some new knobs in the long run. Though I long for green and white stripes.

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