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Small space: Moody masculine apartment

Oversized artwork, large furniture and bold colours reveal that for Toronto design consultant Andrew Campbell, the saying isn't "go big or go home," it's "go big to make it home."

To look at Andrew Campbell's super spiffy apartment in Toronto's Church-Wellesley Village neighbourhood, you'd never know it was once the scene of some serious sofa drama. In fact, there was a collective cheer when the seven-and-a-half-foot-long custom Thayer Coggin couch finally took up residence in the 600-square-foot space after it was discovered it wouldn't squeeze into the elevator.

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Small space floor plan

"The delivery guys were kind enough to carry it up 12 floors," says Andrew, a design consultant with Bentley Flanders, a contemporary-classic fine-home shop on King Street East's furniture row. Still, he admits, the fiasco cost him a bottle of Grey Goose and Veuve Clicquot on top of the moving fee. The moral of the story: Go on and buy that broad-hipped piece for your snug space.

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