Web site aims to get the most out of small spaces

December 13, 2010

Produced by Eight Forty-Eight

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With the right adjustments, a small apartment can be maximized to fit its owner's needs.

Renting has become more attractive to some during the housing crisis. In a city and state that favors tenants’ rights, it might be a safer option as well. That may be why so many urbanites are really into sprucing up their digs.

And the Web site Apartment Therapy is showcasing their efforts.

Janel Laban is Apartment Therapy’s executive editor based here in Chicago and she joined "Eight Forty-Eight" to explain how to get more with less.