Caroline, in NY City. This was my favorite entry, not least because of the fabulously inventive use of space. While it's a studio, the bedroom sits "down" in the space, and a step-up plus railing crisply separate the two areas. And of course, the shades define the entire space. Caroline hired designers Fawn Galli and Julio Salcedo to help her realize her vision of a bright, airy dwelling.
Sweetness - if a macaroon were a room.
Matt, Houston, TX. Sharp. It looks like a page out of Elle Decor - the chairs! the styling! the subtle touch of red! Lately, Elle Decor has been going all Sixth Sense on me - they seem to always be sneaking in a pop of red somewhere.
Ryan, Glen Cove, NY. I love how layered this is, and yet cohesive. Isn't the chandelier unexpected? It's so delicate and spidery compared with the rest of the space.
Suzi in Brooklyn, NY. If I recall correctly, this was in the Teeny-Tiny Category (under 400), so it was a bold move to put such a huge piece of furniture in the living area. Let's hear a round of applause for a non-IKEA, non-Potterybarn storage solution! It makes the room.
Victoria, Reno, NV. I would have guessed Nevada in a blind taste test - doesn't this scream '50s chic? I'll bet Roger Sterling would vacay here. Well, at least Jane Sterling would.
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