Favorite Resource: For inspiration, British magazine "Living Etc." and Italian magazine "Casa Facile". For actual purchasing I'm in the same boat as the general populace: IKEA/Crate&Barrel/Vintage stores.
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My home is swell because it used to be a store ages ago... I'm blessed with large windows, high ceilings and a private entrance. Alas, not much space though. I installed a new ceiling, floor, and bathroom (even designed the mosaic tile!) Knocked down a bit of wall too, to brighten the kitchenette.
Since I work at home (coloring comics) keeping things tidy but fun is a must. A trunk doubles as a coffee table. Flat boxes for under-bed storage. An old subway exit light always grabs attention from visitors. It's a work in progress, but I adore my wee place. Trish
On that sink: I first saw that kind of bathroom sink at the BHV store in Paris - their kitchen and bath departments are fabulous for small apartments. Alas, I couldn't just buy one and carry it home. After *hours* of scouring the web, I stumbled across a place just a few blocks from me: Nuovo Melodrom at 60 Greene St. All furniture up front but they had a surprise display of bath fixtures in the back. It took six weeks for the order to arrive but it was worth it. It's only 14" wide - perfect for that tight spot.