Small Spaces August 8, 2013 Arlington Magazine Staff, Photo by Lydia Cutter - Anne Gunning's space before Photo by Lydia Cutter - After: Expanded views of the terrace make the interior space feel bigger. Photo by Lydia Cutter - After: Custom consoles on either side of the fireplace provide storage and style. Photo by Lydia Cutter - After: The new and improved den. Photo by Angie Seckinger - A small table off the kitchen serves as both a dining table and a desk in Rae Arduini's space. Photo by Angie Seckinger - Floating furniture makes the living room feel more open and airy. Photo courtesy of Nicole Lanteri - Karen & Jim Fort's space before Photo courtesy of Nicole Lanteri - After Photo courtesy of Nicole Lanteri - After: A custom soapstone ledge eliminates the need for bulky side tables. After Carmen and Toby Romero's space before The end result: A movie room, party space and sports bar with more than one focal point. After After Bigger isn’t always better. Sometimes a small space that’s well designed can be just right.