The new July/August issue of House Beautiful "is small THE NEW BIG?" is one of the best in eons, the antidote to the constant parade of ostentatious monstrosities in Architectural Digest. The bedroom above is the only bedroom in a 390 square foot apartment in Manhattan shared by interior designer David Kaihoi, who works for Miles Redd, his wife Monique Simard, a visual merchandiser for DKNY, and their three year old daughter. I have spent two days wondering how three people can function in such a tiny space, especially with such great style. For their incredible Chinoiserie bedroom, David found a pile of dilapidated 18th century wallpaper at auction that nobody else wanted. A former studio artist, he used the pieces like collage, putting together this incredible wall. Run out and get this issue if you don't subscribe (and you should). The entire apartment and the entire issue are quite wonderful. It is great inspiration for the fact that style and creativity have nothing to do with size and money.