29 Sneaky Tips For Small Space Living

12. Sliding Walls

Too many walls in a small home can make it seem even smaller, but what if you had the versatility of a wall that you could slide open or closed based on your needs? Keep it shut when you need the privacy or quiet time, but then simply slide it open to create a larger, open space for entertaining.


13. Closet Space For Furniture

If you have a room that isn’t big enough for your furniture, consider using the closet space for the extra square footage needed. Perhaps a changing table, desk, or dresser. Just remove the doors and use the top half for storage.


14. Wall Storage

When it comes to small spaces, you can’t let any wall space go unused, especially in the bathroom where sometimes the only place to store towels is under the dirty sink. For a quick, easy, and lightweight shelf idea, consider using baskets instead of traditional shelving.

See more pictures and get the details over at Making Lemonade. I also went on a hunt for similar baskets (if not the same exact ones) and found them here.





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