By Domino Staff

Published on February 11, 2016

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Photography by BOND

Located in Manhattan’s Hamilton Heights, this brownstone is simply worth it for the mod-meets-classic fireplace and stunning balcony situation. 

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With sprawling views of the Manhattan skyline and a building full of amenities, this FIDI studio is anything but fearsome.

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Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK

This West Village studio is just one room, but compartmentalizes purpose and furniture well to feel like three

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Photography by STREET EAST
This charming spot in the West Village comes with an exposed brick wall and a freshly renovated kitchen with a cleverly disguised built-in table.

 

 
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We’d take a Murphy bed if it meant getting an eat-in kitchen, granite counters, and a windowed bathroom. Need we say more?

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Photography by Gieves Anderson

After a brilliant redesign, this 600 square foot studio feels like a complete, well-functioning home. 

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Photography by CITI HABITATS

This spacious studio features a conveniently sectioned off kitchen and large windows to allow in plenty of natural light.

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A walk-in closet, exposed brick fireplace, and walking distance of the Highline. Yep, we can see ourselves calling this studio home.

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A mod studio with a separate kitchen can essentially qualify as a one bedroom right?

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Photography by STREET EAST

An Upper West Side fixture with all the makings of small space living, from a hidden kitchenette to a closet built to conceal a bulky kitchen appliance.  

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Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK

At just 350 square feet, this studio might at first seem like one to skip. Thanks to brilliant design work by a husband and wife design duo, it’s one of the smartest spaces we’ve ever visited. 

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Photography by KIAN

Inside this alcove studio in the heart of Midtown East, an open layout encourages plenty of decorative opportunities. 

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Photography by STREET EASY

Situated in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene, this charming studio comes with an extended timber wood lined deck. 

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Photography by Michael Wiltbank

The key to successful studio style is often one element we don’t have control over–natural light. When hunting for a studio, make sure you visit during the day, to to get a sense of the light you have to work with, and how you should design your space accordingly. 

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This West Village hideaway proves that a lack of space isn’t so bad when you’re working with a wall of windows and a pleasantly open layout. 

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Photography by STREETEASY

Soaring ceilings, intricate moldings, inlaid wood flooring, and one seriously stunning fireplace. This elegant studio is definitely a keeper.