29 Sneaky Tips For Small Space Living

19. Small-Space Command Center

Having a centralized spot in the home where everyone can go to check the calendar, see what’s for dinner, or make notes is a great way for a family to stay organized. It really doesn’t require a lot of space either, that’s all you need is a small wall or corner of the home.

I love the way this command center was done by Jenna Burger over at BHG. Go check out the details!

20. Skinny Sofa Table

Coffee tables are great for setting a drink down, but not really worth it if you don’t have the floor space. The best way to gain table space without taking up any room is with a skinny sofa table like this one over at Always Never Done (full tutorial there). Not only does it add visual interest and charm to this living area with the addition of lamps and decorations, but it’s also a convenient place to set down a glass of wine!

Even better, check out this sofa table with a built-in outlet tutorial from Turtles & Tails! This not only provides extra shelf space, but also makes the outlet easy to access for charging your phone or laptop. Pretty darn creative!

21. Curtain Separation

For siblings that share a room, consider using curtains to separate their space while still leaving a nice open feel. This also looks nice in a studio apartment to separate the living area from the bed. This is an easy room divider solution, especially if you can’t do any construction as a renter.

You can purchase these in 8-9ft tall lengths on Amazon, but the ceiling mount hardware comes separately.

#21. Curtain room dividers. | A ton of clever hacks and storage ideas for small spaces, homes and apartments! Small bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen ideas on a budget (DIY and cheap). Small space living isn't so bad! Even with kids. Listotic.com

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