This micro apartment / studio in New York City is a great example of simple living in the big apple.
Or any city for that matter. It’s a one room space with full kitchen and bathroom in a great location in NYC.
You’re right in Hell’s Kitchen.. Two blocks away from Broadway and Times Square.
The apartment has some nice stylish features as well as some space saving tricks that I’ll show you below.
As soon as you walk in you’re greeted by the open floor plan with living room and bedroom all-in-one. Immediately to your left is a nicely placed shoe rack. Turn around and there’s your kitchen and bathroom. If you’re interested, let me show you the rest below:
Micro Apartment Studio in NYC
Living Area and Bedroom
Notice the cabinets that have been installed on the wall to the left and the wardrobe that was brought in to use as a closet space.
Kitchen Style Cabinets as Storage in Bedrooms, Living Rooms? Yes..
I could really use some cabinets just like that in my 400 sq. ft. apartment here in Florida because I’d be able to get rid of some clunky furniture that’s currently storing my stuff and taking up some valuable floor space! Too bad I’m just renting the place.
Crown Molding Accents Throughout
I always appreciate some crown molding, especially in small spaces because it’s usually pretty inexpensive to put it in when you’re not dealing with an oversized home.
In the photo below you can see the wardrobe better. I like how it also doubles as a mirror. Perfect for a tiny apartment!
I also like when there’s exposed brick walls, I’m not sure why. In this case they painted right over it which looks great but I also like when its left in its natural look.
Beautiful Kitchen in this Tiny NYC Apartment
Pretty spacious for NYC although there’s a lot of bathroom storage hacks you can put into play here.
Interested in staying here? You actually can. Check availability right here on Airbnb. It seems way better than staying at a hotel. Instead, live like a real New Yorker here.
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