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5 Apartment-Sized Sofas That Are Lifesavers
Because small spaces are very limited, you need to figure out your priorities and allocate accordingly, says Marvin. Some people need a desk area, but not a dining area. Some people want a living area and would prefer a bed that folds up. Make the space work for your needs and don’t hold yourself to what is traditional in a home. It’s your home.
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Designer Jason Landau loves mounting floating shelves wherever there is space. Because they float, this kind of shelving adds tons of storage but looks sleek and contemporary. And then go crazy with the stacking, he says.
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Create a streamlined, custom floating desk that is aesthetically pleasing, efficient and packed with storage with these easy instructions.
Being short on space doesn’t mean you can’t have an impeccably organized home.
You can make a custom, large-scale graphic area rug for your small space. Just follow these easy step-by-step instructions.
Turning a dresser into a media console that looks just as sleek at the flat screen above it is easy. Just follow these step-by-step instructions.
Discover these tips for making every precious square foot as functional as possible in the smallest of spaces.
Stuck with a small living room? Turn it into a family room, lounge, dining room and office with these multipurpose decorating ideas.
Small space decorating can be a big challenge. Steal these smart ideas to transform your cramped bedroom or home office and maximize your space.
An 8-by-10-foot shared Brooklyn bedroom for twins? Yes, it can be done with creative use of vertical storage space and multi-purposing tricks.
Forget the messy, tacky bachelor pads of the past. Try these expert tips and ideas to get a warm, welcoming bachelor pad on a budget.
Made popular by artists in the 1980s, these urban homes offer an industrial look and flexible, open space.