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4 Tips for a Successful Small Space

With proper space planning and interior design techniques, you can make the most of any small space

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We see them all over the metro, high to midrise residential buildings with convenient but compact living space.  They have their perks such as proximity, a superb view, amenities and retails stores nearby but often times the small amount of space can be a turnoff. Here are some easy tips you can execute. 

The key to making the most of your small space is to look for places to add storage. Use light colored walls and invite lots of natural sunlight in.  Compact living can be convenient with these easy tips. 

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