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N205 7828 GRANVILLE STREET  Vancouver, British Columbia $639,800 (apartment; decor inspiration)

N205 7828 GRANVILLE STREET Vancouver, British Columbia $639,800 (apartment; decor inspiration)

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost pri...

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost pri...

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost priority.

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost priority.

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost priority.

Setting up home is all about learning how you like to live. And when you're in a smaller space house or apartment – living in less than 800 square feet or so– you really have to prioritize. Deciding what's of the greatest importance in your home is totally subjective, of course. So even though there might not be room for things like laundry machines or a dining room table, you can still make room for a proper home bar. Because sometimes, to some people, boozing up is of the utmost priority.

Decoholic - http://decoholic.org/2012/11/06/beautiful-sweden-apartment-built-in-the-early-1900s/

Decoholic - http://decoholic.org/2012/11/06/beautiful-sweden-apartment-built-in-the-early-1900s/

After a young couple purchased an apartment in New York City's Greenwich Village, they turned to Matthew Miller of local firm <a href="http://www.studiolabdesign.com/">StudioLAB</a> to rescue its dark, closed-off interiors. The 800-square-foot apartment was divided into two 400-square-foot levels. The ground floor originally had a closed-off kitchen and a living-dining room, and the basement level housed the bedroom and bathroom. Miller opted to open up the plan and brighten all of the ...

After a young couple purchased an apartment in New York City's Greenwich Village, they turned to Matthew Miller of local firm <a href="http://www.studiolabdesign.com/">StudioLAB</a> to rescue its dark, closed-off interiors. The 800-square-foot apartment was divided into two 400-square-foot levels. The ground floor originally had a closed-off kitchen and a living-dining room, and the basement level housed the bedroom and bathroom. Miller opted to open up the plan and brighten all of the ...

House Tour: Luxurious condominium apartment in Marine Parade with $500,000 interiors

House Tour: Luxurious condominium apartment in Marine Parade with $500,000 interiors

Simple dining room. Though I'm not sure I'll ever be able to have white walls again after apartment life.

Simple dining room. Though I'm not sure I'll ever be able to have white walls again after apartment life.

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