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House Tour: A Cozy & Small South End Boston Apartment | Apartment Therapy South End Boston, Small House Tour, Apartment Therapy House Tours, Interior Design Apartment Small, Boston Apartment, Small Apartment Interior, Trendy Apartment, Small House Decorating, Small Apartment Design

Names: Katie Kavanagh and Nick Kuizenga Location: South End — Boston, Massachusetts Size: 550 square feet Years lived in: 1.5 years; Rented Many of us have learned that in the world of apartment hunting, the word “cozy” is often a euphemism for “small.” And Nick and Katie’s apartment, part of a brownstone that was once a single family home, is no exception.

Caitlin Nowak
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This basement apartment in the city feels more like a handcrafted cottage, neatly nestled in a hidden forest somewhere in the mountains.

Amber Ker-Foz
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Name: Grainne, Ian, Tait, and Otto Location: Edinburgh; Scotland Size: 4 Bedroom Edwardian Terrace Years lived in: 8 years; Owned The moment Grainne and Ian clapped eyes on this 1910 Edwardian terraced house, they knew it was the family home they had been waiting for.

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Sunrooms capture the best of the outdoors—being close to nature and soaking in sunlight—without the downsides (like bugs and extreme temperatures). Just looking at photos of them can take your stress level down a notch. But, these gorgeous spaces aren’t simply fun to look at, they can also offer inspiration and ideas for your home, even if you don’t have a sunroom of your own.

Jamie McNeil