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Jumpstart Your Day: Tiny Cube and Hidden Compartments in a 70sqm Space

A family of three makes the most of a light. airy, and open space

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Most homes feature separate areas for the bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen. For this small home, they maximized the space while maintaining an open layout by building a cube in the center of the home where all these areas are found including his and hers closets.

It also acts as divider between the living area, kitchen, and bedroom. To address storage concerns, the floor space under the hallways were turned into storage compartments. Get a couple of inputs on how to maximize a small space by watching the video below. (Source: faircompanies.com)

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