Jumpstart Your Day: Small Space Hacks
Be inspired by these well-designed tiny spaces
We've read designer tips on how to maximize spall spaces and we've also featured tricks on how to live large in tiny homes. If you're still looking for more pegs, here are seven clever hacks that you may want to consider for your space.
Check your house and see which nook or cranny can be turned into extra storage space. Take inspiration from this bathroom where the space by the tub is transformed into an extra hidden shelf. You may place extra supplies here.
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Consider adding skylights! These marvels will help you save energy while bathing your space in natural light. Be inspired by Architect Liza Morales-Crespo's condo unit.
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Use curtains to separate areas at home. No walls needed! Click here for more tips on how to separate areas in your small home.
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Be creative with room dividers. Instead of walls, you can use metal rods as dividers, too. This gives your space an industrial look. You may also consider recycled plastic bottles as possible divider.
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Don't hesitate to add shelves. Maximize every inch of space by adding storage spots up to the ceiling. You may also utilize the walls by hanging some of your kitchen essentials.
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Consider using sliding walls instead of doors. In this apartment, sliding walls give the illusion of bigger space because of the wide doorway.
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Utilize the space under the stairs. Consider turning it into a private nook or adding an extra cabinet with drawers to keep your essentials and knickknacks organized.
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