Two Stunning Terraces in Small Urban Spaces

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Having limited living square footage is a popular issue to deal with in large metropolis like NYC, unless you are part of the mega successful group that have the wonderful opportunity of enjoying vast spaces within the limitations of an overcrowded city.

Above ^^^ two beautiful designs of small urban terraces that you could stage on your own, if by any chance & luck you have some sort of outdoor area available.

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Dinorah

Insta-Favorite | Fall

Photo ©Instagram by Sylvan Zimmerman

The firmament sometimes is just at your feet.

This beautiful photo comes from Skilleta instagram account. How would you hashtag this picture?

Wish you a happy and productive Monday!

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