Inspired by Gregory's post over at ATLA, How Much Do You Want?, we ask our east coast readers the same question. And remember, this is NYC!
Most of my close friends rent and live in fairly modest sized homes and apartments. Many share spaces with roommates, partners, husbands/wives, wayward hobos, and such. Yet even those of us who choose to live in smaller spaces in urban, population-dense areas often dream of having "just a little more room"...(more below)
Personally, I want a few more hundred square feet for a proper dining room and a larger kitchen (our kitchen accommodates only one person at a time), but we get by fine well enough. But who doesn't want maybe just a smidgen more storage?
How much is enough? What would you consider sufficient: not an extravagant amount of living space, but enough that you'd feel like you have enough space for you, your partner/family, and your possessions? - Gregory