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Imagine: You're a stylist searching for a new pad and your broker shows you a real stunner. There's sunlight streaming in from every window, a tip-top kitchen, and plenty of outdoor space for that urban green thumb. But, here's the catch — zero closet space. We're talkin' zilch. So, do you abandon the mission or try to make do? It turns out Amy Pigliacampo and her hubby Corey Szopinski went with the latter (braver) option, and two months later they're living in their dream home.
Setting up camp (literally — there's a teepee) in this Echo Park, Sunia-style abode was no easy feat, but Pigliacampo proved to Apartment Therapy that a chick with a career in fashion can still thrive
in the wild without those closet doors. Don't believe us? Click through the slideshow to see how she pulls it off!
And, if you need more proof — or inspiration — head on over to Apartment Therapy for the grand tour.
Photo: Courtesy of Bethany Nauert/Apartment Therapy
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