We’re so cramped by all those hoarding shows, it’s refreshing to see tight living flipped on its head!
“By choosing a studio that measures just 12 feet by 7 feet, Felice Cohen can afford to live in Manhattan’s Upper West Side where apartments rent for an average of $3,600 per month. She pays just over $700 for her 90-square-foot microstudio.”
She stores her bananas in the toaster, bumps her knees going to the bathroom and her bed is 23 inches from the ceiling, but she’s cozy. And, she has room for yoga!
“Here’s yoga! So you can come down, do your yoga And occasionally you’ll hit your foot or arm against something.”
It really speaks to the concept of simple living, and yoga just about anywhere.
I love this! It is so simple and inspiring, and I love she still manages space for yoga. Nobody has an excuse now not to practice at home 🙂
Wow! Her organizing skills really made the place usable and welcoming to not just be a living closet but a living space.
I allways tell my sudents that all you need is a room for a standart yoga mat to practice… I used to live in a big house with a yoga studio in it, now i live in a little unit (not as small as that…) and I do my practice in the kitchen!!!
I love this!
I was blessed to move to NZ with my family (DH and 2 yr old DS), and we live in a one-bedroom apartment. We sold nearly all of our possessions before coming here — and everything is kept pretty minimal.
It’s fabulous. 😀
While this small would not be practical for our family, a small space can work very well for people! 😀
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