3o Small-Space Hacks

    30 Small-Space Hacks You’ve Never Seen Before

    Skip The Floor Lamp

    Skip The Floor Lamp

    Proper lighting is very important in a small apartment, but a floor lamp can be a bit of a burden. This cool DIY helps lighten up your room and leave more space free.
    Hack A Storage Bed

    Hack A Storage Bed
    We all know IKEA storage beds are amazing, but did you know that you can hack one? This platform bed was created using the IKEA STOLMEN closet system as its base.
    Choose A Cohesive Color Scheme

    Choose A Cohesive Color Scheme
    There’s a reason why people call a space with too many clashing colors “busy.” If your room is small, try to keep your colors within a certain complimentary palette.
    Embrace Mirrors

    Embrace Mirrors
    Adding reflective surfaces is the easiest way to open up a tiny space. If you have a room that feels too cramped, putting in a mirror is going to make such a huge difference.
    Float On

    Float On
    Shelving units are great for adding some much-needed organization to a home, but they can also take up quite a bit of space. Consider using floating shelves instead that let you place other furniture pieces below.
    Fold It Up

    Fold It Up
    A hideaway-style desk is such a great solution for a small apartment. Just pull up a chair when you need to get work done.
    Multitasking Furniture

    Multitasking Furniture
    Items that serve multiple functions like the HOP coat rack are great investments to make the most out of your space.
    Lucite Love

    Lucite Love
    clear lucite or acrylic coffee table is easy to move, creates the appearance of more space, and in this case, shows off other decor pieces stored below. What a win.
    Hang Your Nightstand

    Hang Your Nightstand
    Don’t have much surface area in your bedroom? Hanging your nightstand is one solution to maximize your space.
    Great Legs

    Great Legs
    Mid-century furniture is a great option for a smaller apartment since thin legs don’t create large breaks in the visual plane.
    Hide Your TV

    Hide Your TV
    Since a TV can be a total eyesore, we suggest hiding it away with a piece of decor.
    Gotta Halve It

    Gotta Halve It
    Want to add a table to your extremely narrow hallway? Make room by chopping it in half and securing the piece to the wall.
    Trunk Space

    Trunk Space
    Have a vintage trunk work double duty as both a coffee table and a storage solution.
    Go Low

    Go Low
    Have a console table? We suggest tucking away stools or extra storage baskets underneath.
    Sneaky Storage

    Sneaky Storage
    When buying furniture for your apartment, look for pieces with hidden storage like this cool West Elm find.
    Rad Radiator

    Rad Radiator
    Stuck with a radiator that takes up major space? Place a shelf above and convert it into a cool base for your décor items.
    Consider Your Corners

    Consider Your Corners
    Instead of cramming a cabinet in a corner that could make your room feel claustrophobic, create a shelving system that opens it up.
    Create A Room

    Create A Room
    Live in a studio apartment? Create the illusion of separate rooms with tile and furniture pieces that break up the space.
    Modern Office

    Modern Office
    If you work from home, creating a productive work area is such an essential. If you don’t have a separate room for your office, we suggest designing a small, yet super creative space along a wall like this.
    Loft It

    Loft-It
    Scared of heights? This hack might not be for you. But if you are stuck in a tiny apartment, a lofted bed can make such a huge difference.
    Café Inspired

    Café Inspired
    Have no room for a dining table? Attach a shelf to a window and pull up a couple of stools for your own private café counter.
    Make It Work

    Make It Work
    If you converted a space into a bedroom to lower rent, chances are that you’re going to have to hack your way around some tricky situations. Here, a shelf makes the most out of an irregular break between the window and the bed.
    Ladder Shelf

    Ladder Shelf
    Ladders don’t take up that much space and can serve as a cute and dynamic storage solution.
    High Tech

    High Tech
    In this DIY, have all your bedside bases covered with an iPhone dock and desk lamp.
    Hack Magnet

    Hack Magnet
    Have easy access to your kitchen knives and free up your drawer space with a wall magnet.
    Part Mirror

    Part Mirror
    A mirror is always a great option for a room.
    Part Table

    Part Table
    But it’s even better when it can extend from the wall and become a table.
    A Step Ahead

    A Step Ahead
    If you’re redesigning your home, consider adding cabinets into your staircase for unexpected but oh-so-useful storage.
    Two-Sided Mirror

    Two-Sided Mirror
    With this cool DIY, you can transform a mirror into a jewelry storage space.
    Clean Slate

    Clean Slate
    Visually open up your space by painting your walls white. The neutral works wonders at making a home feel bigger and brighter.

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