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    Great use of a tiny space.

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    I would place the washing machine elsewhere.

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    It probably rents for like $2,000 a month.
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    I think this is great. If it was just me, I could do it.

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    Where's the loo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
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    Behind the kitchen, you can see the slender door to the left of the sink unit.
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    What's with all the wood panelling, are they trying to recreate a cabin on a sailing ship? It is ingenious but I'd prefer it all white.
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    It's adorable. I would take it as is, except I hate it when bathrooms open up into the kitchen.
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    I see no closets..
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    Quote Originally Posted by effie2 View Post
    I see no closets..
    I'm looking for those, too, and I think they might be on the left side of that first photo. You would have to keep your wardrobe pretty simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olivia View Post
    Behind the kitchen, you can see the slender door to the left of the sink unit.
    Thanks. I see it now. At first, I thought the person had to go out into the hallway for a shared bathroom or something.

    I'm not sure what the emphasis on book space is all about since it's kind of becoming an e-book world these days.

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    I don't like the modern next too the old, ornate fireplace.
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    I like it.

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    I love tiny spaces like this with clever solutions. I would also favour white over all the wood panneling, and the reading space is just a tad claustrphobic for my liking, but otherwise great use of space.

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