By carefully planning her studio’s layout, Sullivan managed to devise separate “rooms”—a living area, a bed nook, and even a bar—lending a sense of expansiveness to her intimately proportioned home. She also covered one wall with framed mirrors, enhancing the space’s natural light and seeming to double its size. But perhaps Sullivan’s most effective trick came in hanging floorto-ceiling floating shelves across the length of her apartment, providing the illusion of height, as well as plentiful surfaces for storage and display.
A Lucite console doubles as a bar.
George, Sullivan’s orange tabby, takes an afternoon catnap.