Small Cool 2009: Jordan's Small Space Big View

Little Division #17

Who Lives Here: Jordan, Larissa and Little Maya
Location: San Francisco, California
Size: 875 square feet

What is your one favorite element in your small, cool home? Our favorite element of our condo is our view. The TREEHAUS sits a top San Francisco’s Buena Vista Park on Ashbury Heights, boasting some of the most phenomenal bridge-to-bridge views from its great room, master bedroom and large balcony.

Every detail has been designed to celebrate the view while also maximizing the small 875 sq ft 2 bed 2 bath. Upon entering you are immediately draw outside to the balcony by its open floor plan & linear zebra wood floors. In addition, Its ceiling mounted projector, hidden 125” screen, & many built in details help to make the this amazing view even more enjoyable.

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What was one of the biggest challenges you faced in furnishing your small home? Our biggest challenge was where to put the TV as we did not want it in the bedrooms. To solve this challenge we decided to mount a projector on the ceiling and use a large retractable screen to project on. This turned out to be a great solution as it doubled as a window shade. After building a small box to hide it, you couldn't even tell it was there. We actually liked it so much we put one our master bedroom as well Minus the projector of corse.

We started looking for this solution in all the usual spots Dwell, Apartment Therapy, McMaster Car but I found the screen while skimming through a B&H Catalog and the beauty of it is all 3 screen cost less than $300 Bucks!

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Janel Laban is the Executive Editor of Apartment Therapy and has been working here, at the dreamiest of dream jobs, since March 2006.