Restoration Hardware Would Like To Help You Decorate That Tiny Tribcea Loft You’ve Been Shoehorning Yourself Into

Look how small the London townhouse is! Only space in the living room for one shelf of decorative color-coordinated cloth-bound books.

Look how small the London townhouse is! Only space in the living room for one shelf of decorative color-coordinated cloth-bound books.

Are you at wit’s end trying to figure out how to make your Tribeca loft seem just a little less cluttered? Tired of bumping your knees into everything in your minuscule Chelsea penthouse? Or maybe it’s your San Francisco Victorian or Boston brownstone that’s cramping your life and your style—townhouses are notoriously tiny.

Well, Restoration Hardware—or, excuse us, RH, as the company recently rebranded itself—knows just how you feel. Living in only a few thousand square feet can be so limiting. A homeowner really has to make some tough decisions—for example, choosing between the pewter ram’s head or the five-foot French tower clock for the living room. Whereas a more fortunate homeowner could just put them both in the living room, alongside the vintage marquee illuminated letters and the reproduction 19th century neoclassical column. 302360

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