How do you make a tiny New York City apartment into a livable 240-square foot space with a sleeping loft? You enlist the help of Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman, who renovated this Upper West Side brownstone studio into what it is today.

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The space was in poor shape to begin with so they incorporated blond woods to build the interior out, including the loft over the kitchen.

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A nook creates a cubby-like library to crawl into.

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Can you believe they were able to fit a washing machine in there?!

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To see the entire space, visit Dwell.

Photos by David Engelhardt.