While we have daydreams (and plenty of Pinterest boards) devoted to living in a perfect, super-spacious rowhouse or loft, the reality is that most apartments in D.C. are short on square footage. But, even if "cozy" is a euphemism when applied to your teeny-tiny home, we don't think that means it has to be, well, humble. Instead, we like to take a small-yet-mighty approach to outfitting our spaces by seeking out design finds that are compact, multifunctional, and — of course — beautiful, too.
So, who better to turn to for small-space decorating tips than local interiors guru Rebecca Orlov of Loving.Living.Small.? On her site (and in real life), Rebecca focuses exclusively on making the most of spaces that are 1,000 square feet or less, using her arsenal of savvy design solutions and chic decor ideas. Case in point: She helped us round up some home buys that provide instant pop, even in the smallest of pads, and offered up some top-notch advice for making it all come together. Click through to get the skinny.