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Expert Advice: 3 Furniture Space-Saving Tricks for Small Units

Take tiny house living to the next level by using modular furniture that you can hide, fold, extend, and stack

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Even if we try to work around it, meeting the basic requirements of a habitable home (living, dining, sleeping, and bath areas) seem impossible because of the limited floor area in small condo units.

In cases where this is not an option, versatile space planning and creating multipurpose or combined areas are musts. For the smallest of spaces, here are a few space-saving tricks you can consider when designing your unit:

Main photos from: Habitat Kid and BoligLiv via Apartment Therapy.

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