Small Space Big Style: Bedroom
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Rooms with a view: Small Space Big Style design showcase

Small Space Big Style: Bedroom
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s bedroom has a mini-office hidden in the closet along with shelves for clothes and shoes. To create a sense of Hollywood glamour, Flynn upholstered the walls in white emu paneling and added chrome stud details.  (John Ellis )
Small Space Big Style: Bathroom
Christian May installed black and white wallpaper by Black Crow Studios in the tiny bathroom off of the mezzanine. “I needed something to make a big statement,” May said. “You can do something bold and graphic even in a tiny space.” The theme continues with black and white tile on the floor and in the shower, and black and white fixtures.  (John Ellis)
Small Space Big Style: Mezzanine
Several rooms can be seen at once from the second-floor mezzanine: the black and white powder room designed by Christian May, and the sewing and music space designed by Molly Luetkemeyer. In the distance: green gingham wall coverings of the downstairs bedroom.  (John Ellis)
Small Space Big Style: Sewing space
Designer Molly Luetkemeyer transformed a tiny closet into a sewing space in the mezzanine of the Small Space Big Style design house in Hollywood. The walls are lined with contrasting pink grass cloth from Élitis. (John Ellis)
Small Space Big Style: Master bedroom
Erinn Valencich’s master bedroom has blue walls layered in Portola Paints & Glazes’ Roman Clay, a finish applied with a putty knife to add texture. The color palette was inspired by the John Russo photography in the room, which also has white nightstands by Erinn V Maison, sheer black window coverings by Larsen Fabrics and feminine bedding and accessories by Grace Home Furnishings.  (John Ellis)
Small Space Big Style: Patio
The patio by Mary Gray and Annette Goliti Gutierrez of Potted was designed as a low-maintenance party space. The walls were painted green and gray to create a garden feel without plants. An industrial chandelier is from Cleveland Art; other elements include a white wire chair by Bend Seating, diamond-patterned rugs, Moroccan wall hangings, colorful planters and a bright blue Kismet tile table. To fend off the sun, Warner Bros. Studio Facilities built an awning. (John Ellis)
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