When it comes to living large in a small space I must admit that New Yorker’s do it best. The home of interior designer Meagan Camp, located in New York’s Upper West Side, is proof of that. What she lacks in space she makes up for in style. Her apartment may be a mere 300 square feet but you tend to forget about the size due to the fact that she has selected pieces with just the right proportions to keep the space from feeling tight and cramped. Meagan has also done a successful job of incorporating a mix of vintage and new, with many of the new pieces available directly to the public (i.e. West Elm sofa and Ikea wardrobe). The overall design is a successful marriage of traditional and contemporary elements that keeps this space fresh and relevant for today’s living.
Neutrals are classic and timeless, and can lean traditional or modern depending on how they’re used…I like to create a traditional shell and mix in trend-driven items. This way, you can easily mix in new pieces as trends come and go, rather than needing to re-do [the] entire space.” — Meagan Camp
To read more about Meagan’s approach to the design of her apartment check out the article here.