The Feng Shui of a New York City Studio Apartment With 6 Hidden Rooms
New York apartment dwellers are always looking for ways to do more in less space, without feeling cluttered or claustrophobic.
Take a look at this New York City apartment dubbed the “Swiss Army Apartment,” where LifeEdited
turned one 400-square foot SoHo studio into six separate rooms.
I like the Feng Shui of the space, since it inherently reduces clutter and encourages inhabitants to simplify their life. A curtain around the pull-down bunkbeds separates the sleeping space. The bathroom is even sound-proofed for added privacy.
And check out the video to see how owner Graham Hill comfortably seats a dinner party of 10 in the space.
Sometimes we limit our thinking by rules. When we allow ourselves to think about possibilities and what we want from our spaces, we can become very resourceful.
What have you done with your own space to help you achieve your goals? Could be a simple technique for saving space, organizing your storage or using a room for a different purpose. Share it in the comments below as I would love to hear about all about it.
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