Nate Makes Over a Small Space
Before, this Boston studio apartment felt drab, cramped and claustrophobic. Every inch of its 319 square feet needed to be used.
Award-winning designer Nate Berkus transformed that tiny space into a phenomenal condominium that disguises its actual size! An efficient kitchen, classy shelving and multi-functional furniture free up space for resting, entertaining, and working.
This daybed from Julia West Home pulls out to become a double bed. This space-saving solution provides seating as well as a great alternative to that dorm-room futon!
This table is a workstation in disguise! The tabletop lifts to reveal space for a laptop computer, as well as a bulletin board.
To make the most of this coffee table, wheels were added so it can be rolled to the side to create space. It also serves as a wine rack. Very smart!
This table from Julia West Home actually opens to reveal
storage for stacking chairs. When the dropped leaves are raised, the table can
seat up to 10 people!
Nate's other space-saving ideas included a
stainless steel, single drawer, DishDrawer dishwashing system from Fisher &
Paykel and GE's stainless steel Profile Arctica refrigerator that's actually six
inches thinner than most refrigerators. Way to go, Nate!