This tiny New York City studio was meant to function as a dining room, bedroom, living room and office. The design of the room wasn't using the small space to its full potential, leaving it feeling dark and cluttered. Melissa Picheny, President of New York-based , reimagined the room to create a studio that is as multi-functional as it is bright and airy.
Pichney added a large Flor Tile Carpet in a neutral color to ground the room, as well as a custom built-in wall cabinet that hid the radiator and provided a much-needed area for storage and display. The green walls were painted a light color to brighten the room and unify the space, while keeping it light and airy—creating the illusion of a larger area.
In addition to bringing in colorful furniture and accessories, Picheny installed "silk-like" drapes, in a similar color to the walls, to soften and add personality to the room. She then added Personal touches, like surround sound speakers and an adjustable wall mount for the TV to make the space really work for the owner.
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