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How To Cram Big Ideas Into A 250-Square-Foot Apartment

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[All photos via Design Sponge/Vicente Munoz.]

In recent weeks, we've gawped at a 375-square-foot petite Parisian oasis and a savvy, architect-designed Fifth Avenue dentists' office-turned-studio of the same size. But now take that size, and shrink it by 33 percent, and you've got the small Soho digs of a 28-year-old digital advertising professional in New York City, toured by Design Sponge. But it's a stylish 250 square feet, oh yes, thanks to Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright of J+G Design. With a budget of $5,000, they amassed an eclectically cool array of furnishings and decor that doesn't clutter the tiny apartment, mixing old tennis rackets from Etsy that serve as the headboard and vintage dining chairs from Housing Works with accessible pieces from CB2 and Nate Berkus for Target.

Head over to Design Sponge for the full tour with lots more photos.
· Small but Stylish: a 250 Square Foot NYC Bachelor Pad [Design Sponge]
· This Savvy 375-Square-Foot Studio Has A Place For Everything [Curbed]
· Ogle a 375-Sq.-Ft. Hell's Kitchen Pad Turned Parisian Paradise [Curbed]
· All Microdwellings coverage [Curbed]
· Adventures in Interior Design archive [Curbed]