Apartment Therapy showcases design trends for small spaces


SOHO, Manhattan (PIX11) – They say your home should be your sanctuary, and that’s what lifestyle brand Apartment Therapy tries to inspire. At the company’s first – and free – home design event in SoHo, they highlight small space living and offer solutions to small space problems.

With over three million followers, their Instagram features perfectly positioned furniture in homes, and now you can feel like you’ve entered their Instagram feed in their Small/Cool NYC pop-up.

Laura Schocker is the editor. “Our goal is to help people create happy, healthy and beautiful homes,” Schocker said. “Each coin represents a trend that we predicted to be a major trend for 2022,” Schocker said.

You’ll find 12 rooms where they challenged 12 designers to bring these trends to life, all in just 120 square feet, to show that living in a small space doesn’t have to be boring.

Trends include “California Cool” for a more seaside vibe to “Walls that Wow” for Rubik’s Cube-inspired color-block walls.

Byron Cordero is visiting and said the experience was soothing and uplifting. “It makes you feel good about life because I feel like home is very personal and so how you feel at home really reflects what’s going on in your life, your world, your work, etc. “, Cordero said.

Small space solutions include hanging plants overhead to create the illusion of sky and height. Same with curtain rods in windowless rooms.

“I hope people come by and don’t recreate an entire room, but take a piece or an idea and put it all together and feel like it represents who they are and their own space when they come home” , says Schocker.

Once the pop-up is complete, all furniture will be donated to Habitat for Humanity. The last day to attend is Sunday. If you can’t get there, a 3D tour is available here indefinitely.


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