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An Eclectic Chic Michigan Bungalow — House Tour

Name: Danielle , Michael, Enzo, and Ziggy Gutelli
Location: Plymouth — Michigan
Size: 1,700 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years, owned

Danielle and Michael were both born and raised in the Midwest (Metro Detroit and St. Louis, respectively) and met in Chicago, where they resided together for 10 years. After their first born, Enzo, came into the world, they decided to make the move to Michigan to be closer to family. It’s here that they settled in Downtown Plymouth, a Detroit suburb, which has a very family-centric and city vibe. They have two sons, Enzo and Ziggy, and a dog named Jade.

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Posted on Sep 3, 2017

A California Cool Home with Parisian Charm — House Tour

Name: Candace and Jason
Location: West Hollywood, California
Size: 1,000 square feet
Years Lived In: 6 months, renting

Apartment Therapy first caught up with interior designer Candace Soriano (now Rein) and her husband Jason Rein in 2015, touring their Old World Home with Modern California Charm in Hancock Park. While a lot has happened in two years (a wedding, a move, and a new little one on the way, to name a few), Candace has managed to create a whole new charming home just a few miles away by using some of the same pieces and a few new refreshing updates, including a bedroom inspired by the city Jason proposed in — Paris, bien súr.

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Posted on Aug 30, 2017

A Modern Mash-Up in a Bright Echo Park Bungalow — House Tour

Name: Alyssa Valentine
Location: Echo Park — Los Angeles, California
Size: 1,414 square feet
Years lived in: Owned 7 years

Alyssa works in real estate and it’s no surprise she’s staged her share of interiors. Her natural knack for tastefully blending a variety of styles to give rooms a unique personality is hard to match. Her bright and cheery home, which she shares with her husband and two children, feels both comfortable and refined, with a touch of whimsy.

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Posted on Aug 27, 2017

A Restaurant Mogul’s “1970s Glam” Seattle Condo — House Tour

Name: Linda Dershang , and Jack the Westie
Location: Belltown — Seattle, Washington
Size: 1,523 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year, owned

Linda is a Seattle powerhouse. She is the force behind many of the city’s hippest bars and restaurants , and has designed her latest home, a modern condo in Belltown, with vintage finds, designer pieces, eclectic artwork, and a solid dose of ’70s glam.

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Posted on Aug 23, 2017

Tour a Very Small But Super Sweet 190-Square-Foot Studio — Video House Tour

Name: Julie Horowitz
Location: East Village — New York, NY
Size: 190 square feet
Years lived in: 3 years, renting

As Julie admits in her video tour, 190 square feet isn’t a ton of space for someone to live in. But she’s made tiny living look easy in her East Village rental, particularly when you learn she also uses her small rental to flex her creative baking muscles, as well! A classically beautiful and feminine space, the restaurateur and baker’s home is lined with gold-framed art, a powder blue couch and a bold pink rug.

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Posted on Aug 2, 2017

A New York Couple Shares 350 Square Feet — Video House Tour

Name: Natasha and Rob Habermann
Location: East Village, New York, New York
Size: 350 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years; Owned

You may recognize Natasha and Rob’s brilliant little apartment from Small Cool 2014 . When I first saw it, I thought: now this is how to live in a small space. Their home is chock full of built ins and clever solutions, and just might be the most efficient apartment I’ve ever seen.

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Posted on Jul 29, 2017

An Art Deco Dream Apartment in Manhattan — House Tour

Name: Devin VanderMaas , her boyfriend Ranga and Chelsea the cat
Location: Murray Hill — New York City
Size: 775 square feet
Years lived in: 3 years, own

When Devin first saw this apartment, it reminded her of The Great Gatsby. Full of charming Art Deco architectural details, this isn’t the dark and dramatic kind of Art Deco style you might be imagining, though. Big windows and Devin’s mastery of a soft, neutral color palette make the small space seem bigger than it is.

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Posted on Jun 22, 2017

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