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Online home goods shop targets tiny apartment dwellers

Have we reached peak “small space living”?

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If you like your apartment decor very twee and delivered in sets, then new online home goods shop Ollie Box will be of interest. Spun off Ollie, the developer behind New York City’s first “micro-unit” building, Ollie Box offers curated products suitable for small space living. These include the namesake “Ollie Boxes,” which are collections of simple designs for the kitchen and bathroom—living and bedroom decor sets are expected to arrive in 2017.

There’s also a miscellany of individual items, ranging from a $35 peas-shaped USB hub to a $100 hanging planter. Perhaps most enticing to renters is the dozen-plus removable wallpaper designs (Gingko! Sailboat! Quill!), which are hand-drawn by Ollie’s Director of Design, Jacqueline Schmidt, and made to order.