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Around this time of year, pretty much everyone decides to make their digs look a little nicer (everyone who cares about aesthetic pleasures, at least). Whether you're thinking about a new coat of paint, considering a gallery wall, or weighing a total revamp, you shouldn't make any moves until you check out this home tour from The Washington Post's Home section. Interior designer Kiera Kushlan and her husband Michael live in a 750-square-foot co-op in Kalorama, and their beyond-adorable pad has already gotten some love from Design*Sponge and Apartment Therapy's Small Cool contest. And for good reason: This one-bedroom apartment is one of the coolest small spaces we've ever seen. From the diamond-pattern wallpaper and the striped bathroom to the repurposed furnishings, we're obsessing over every last detail. So, without further ado, check out our favorite snapshots ahead, and click over to the Post for the full story.
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