Small spaces can certainly be constituted by square footage, lack of storage and possibly even by the number of people sharing said space. But what about adding in some obvious, exaggerated low ceilings into the mix? This super small New York City Space has a shortage of square footage but still manages to fit in some personal nooks in.
Sitting at a mere 240 square feet, this small home was made the most of with the creative brain of Tim Seggerman and some carefully planned storage elements. Utilizing every nook and cranny of this home took some major thought processes and an extremely organized homeowner. A nifty “library” carves out a unique private space that adds to the uniqueness of the home. Crafted as a giant woodworked “jewelbox” the home is basically a loft room sitting just atop a tiny kitchen in Brooklyn.