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Could You Live in Under 200 Square Feet?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 22, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Nancy Mitchell last modified Aug 21, 2016

(Image credit: Fantastic Frank ) Here at Apartment Therapy, we've had lots of lively discussions about what constitutes a 'small' apartment, a 'little' one, a 'tiny' one, and so forth and so on. But there seems to be a general consensus that around 200 square feet is where you go from a small apartment to a really small apartment, little to really really little, tiny to teeny-tiny. It's the boundary between "whoa, this place is tiny," and "how is it even possible for a human to live here?" Nevertheless, people have made it work, and in one case, even made less than 200 square feet work for more than one person. Take a look around these teeny-tiny homes and tell us — could you live in under 200 square feet? READ MORE »





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