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KEEP IT SIMPLE
Clean lines pair well with a neutral palette.
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HOME SWEET SOUND
Understated furnishings let the water views steal the spotlight.
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SPACE SAVER
In condos and other small homes, Burfiend suggests sticking to a flexible floor plan. Opt for multipurpose spaces, like this media room, where doors can slide open when entertaining. “We often tuck additional ottomans under a sofa console,” the designer says. “They are great for overflow seating during larger gatherings in a smaller space.”
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NATURAL WONDER
The condo features wood and grass cloth throughout.
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ARTFUL WONDER
Focus on large-scale artwork. “Filling up a wall with a singular piece adds a powerful yet clean presence in small spaces,” Burfiend says.
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LIGHTING LOWDOWN
“Use opaque shades,” designer Nancy Burfiend says. “The shades keep the light source from reflecting in windows at night, which disrupts the view.”
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LIVING ON THE EDGE
A majestic live-edge table in the dining room anchors contemporary steel-and-beechwood chairs.
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