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  1. Her dog is adorable! I don't care for dark colors on walls and I prefer a more casual style of decorating, but it is amazing what she has done with her very small space!
    Does she have a refrigerator? I didn't see one.

  2. This is beautiful and elegant. I do like the dark walls in theory, but since I myself live in a small one bedroom apartment with only end windows, I find myself wishing for white walls. (I have a darker olive/beige wall paint. If I was not so old, I would attempt to repaint them white myself, but I have really tall ceilings which would require a tall ladder so I am pretty much stuck with them. But I dream of them.

  3. Good Morning Brenda, FANTASTIC and BEAUTIFUL!!!! I would live there is a snap!!! Her decorating style is impeccable!!! I hope you have a wonderful day!!! Love my morning tea or coffee reading your blog!! It surely makes my day brighter!!! DEB 🙂

  4. No doubt that tiny space costs her about 5 grand a month in NYC!! My best friend had a studio in Greenwich Village back in the mid 80's that cost $2500/month plus another $800 for a parking space. Sick! She has great style, very classic and elegant. Hopping over to check out her blog!

  5. I love the built ins and the bathroom floor is a favorite, I love the black and white tiles. I am going to a smaller space than where I currently live but it is much bigger than this apartment so I definitely think I can make it work now I have seen Angie's place. Hope you are feeling better Brenda, I miss seeing Abi and Charlie, they are so adorable.

  6. I like how her dog matches the black-and-white color scheme of the apartment! While I am a very informal person, I find so much that is appealing in this sophisticated and formal apartment. Angie has excellent taste and sense of balance, and knows how to incorporate some touches that keep the space from being too perfectly staged and cold, such as the wooden bowl in the kitchen, the pennies in the bowl on the trunk, and the faux fur on the bed. My hands want to reach out and touch those things. My favorite part is the painting over the bar. It seems to represent busy NYC blocks and buildings, but the colors are rather pastel which softens it. I don't want dark walls in my home, but they definitely are the right backdrop for this painting and the rest of the furnishings.

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