Tiny Bedroom Storage
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Easy Ways to Expand Your Closet Space
Easy Ways to Expand Your Closet Space - Closet Nook Shelves - Wire shelves are available in a variety of widths. Measure the width and depth of the space. Then choose the correct shelving and ask the salesperson to cut the shelves to length for you. Subtract 3/8 in. from the actual width to determine the shelf length. Buy a pair of end mounting brackets and a pair of plastic clips for each shelf.
Little Life Savers: Clever IKEA Hacks for Small Spaces
We love seeing the clever ways that people have taken IKEA products and either put them to new uses or made them into something different entirely — and it's especially inspiring to see how people have repurposed IKEA pieces to make life a little easier in a small space. Here are twelve clever ideas to help you make the most of your little space.
18 Genius DIY Projects For Small Bedrooms That Will Save Space - Gurl.com
Small bedrooms can be charming, cozy, and adorable – but if you don’t put time and effort into organizing and decorating them in the most storage-friendly way possible, then they can easily become a huge, hectic mess. A small bedroom usually means you have room for the necessities and not much else, which means that your storage space isn’t ideal. You could look at this in a negative way, or you could choose to look at it as a challenge to be as creative as possible.
Keep your bedside table clear while keeping everything within reach with our Stackers Bedside Pockets. These ingenious products slip under your mattress and features pockets for holding and organizing everything from your reading glasses and phone to magazines and eReaders. You'll even find cable loops to keep cords tangle-free. They're also ideal for use in small spaces like dorms and apartments where there might not be room for a bedside table.