When artist George Venson saw this tiny Chinatown apartment, he took it on the spot even though he says it "looked like a prison." He sure changed that by covering almost every surface with color and pattern. Want to see more?
Venson used his own designs from his wallpaper line Voutsa (and used them with abandon).
In such a small space, his biggest challenges were finding a place for the bed (he decided on a Murphy bed that can be folded up) and the ever-important element: good lighting.
He also did something that we often suggest around here: he tried to "listen to the space." Whatever this space told George, we're guessing it shouted it!
See more at The Cut.