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The apartment's original brick wall is part of the appeal of this home.

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Part of the design of the home is to allow bikes to be displayed.

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A former balcony was converted into the master bathroom.

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Left: The staircase landing was converted into a walk-in wardobe. Right: The use of timber for both the indoor and outdoor flooring gives the bedroom a seamless feel.

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The family photo wall.

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The open dry kitchen, and a book shelf that separates the living and the dining areas.

Living Large

How one designer made this family home appear more spacious.
Dec 27, 2019 5:50 AM

IT’S THE PERENNIAL design challenge: How do you make a small or long and narrow home look bigger than it really is? The conundrum that is big enough to spawn entire TV series devoted to solving space issues usually tosses up solutions that run along two lines: (1) use several strategically

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