Antique furniture and traditional details make this small city condo feel like a sophisticated home. See how designer Robert Tanz makes the most of his 775-square-foot space with Art Deco-style pieces, double-duty furniture and a mix of art.

In the eclectic living room, English Georgian neoclassical furniture meets modern art. An abstract drawing above the sofa creates a focal point while a Moorish folding screen cleverly hides the unsightly HVAC system panel. Robert uses the one-bedroom condo as a pied-à-terre, so a galley kitchen is the perfect fit. The cozy traditional bedroom boasts a cool blue palette with built-in shelves that house a TV and objects. Inside the taupe principal bathroom, expansive windows make the space feel larger while a tiered chandelier and a Moroccan tabouret add character.