When faced with a small-space dilemma, your best bet is to seek advice from pros who have worked wonders with their own tight living quarters. Interior designer Nora Calderwood and architect Adam Darter are one design couple who tripled the space potential of their 650-square-foot one-bedroom in Park Slope, Brooklyn — by using color, tearing down a wall, incorporating versatile furniture, and forgoing window treatments.
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