Artist Stuart Ross is selling his Greenwich Village studio, which features two rooms and a bathroom, for $1.3 million. The small space (somewhere between 200 and 400-square feet, depending on who you ask) is being marketed as an "artist's studio," and features antique Redwood from a discarded rooftop water tower in the neighborhood. There's also metalwork installation throughout the space created by Ross himself.
Curbed seems to think it's "weird" and icky to use reclaimed wood, noting Ross is a "known dumpster diver," but now we're considering draping our stark white apartment walls in some sweet lumber we passed in an alley earlier.
The real issue is clearly the mini fridge.