18 Small Space Living Hacks That Can Work In Any Size Home

From fold-away office space to vertical indoor gardening, these hacks are life-changers.

small space living
Rock My Style

If there's any trend we won't be escaping any time soon, it's downsizing. Tiny homes are a national phenomenon, and the lifestyle changes associated with — from composting to conscientiously tidying up — have made their way into our daily routines. For many city dwellers (and an increasing number of suburban dwellers, too), small space living is the only option. But that doesn't mean it has to be any less intentional.

Here, we've rounded up our favorite hacks for making the most of your small space, wherever you are.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
1. Cart It
small home hacks
Matthew Williams / Remodelista: The Organized Home

In their new book , Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick demonstrate their organizational know-how with savvy tips for maximizing space.

"From bar carts to industrial trolleys, there’s a range of compact wheeled storage ideal for corralling collections of items in one place. Carts, of course, are easy to move, so they can be rolled out for use or tucked away as needed."

Reprinted with permission from "Remodelista: The Organized Home" by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick. Published in 2017 by Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
2. Vertical Greenery
small space living
Lana Red Studio

No garden (or no yard at all)? No problem! This DIY wall planter from gives you plenty of greenery, without taking up any counter or floor space. Utilize an empty wall for this vertical garden and your space will instantly feel more peaceful.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
4. Tiny Tables
image

This adorable from Sugar & Cloth can double as a plant stand and is constructed of easy-to-find MDF and wooden dowel rods.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
3. The Electronics Charging Station
small home hacks
Matthew Williams / Remodelista: The Organized Home

"Keep your digital gear at the ready and combat cord creep by inserting concealed charging stations wherever they’ll come in handy. "

Suggestions include: "a divided drawer in an entryway and a pullout desk at the end of a kitchen cabinet."

Reprinted with permission from "Remodelista: The Organized Home" by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick. Published in 2017 by Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
6. Double-Duty Task Lighting
image

This minimalist lamp is a stroke of genius—and one with a tiny footprint, no less. A , some paint and a lightbulb combine to make for an eye-catching small space solution from Monsters Circus.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
7. Hanging Wall Storage
image

With just leather scraps, one trip to Lowe's and a little ingenuity, The Jungalow blogger Justina Blakeney was able to make these versatile — and eye-catching — .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
8. Wall-Hanger Notepad
image

A super-simple with just a dash of beaded panache make for a simple, sleek command center in this office by A Pair and A Spare DIY.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
9. The Instant Utility Closet
small home hacks
Matthew Williams / Remodelista: The Organized Home

"A well-ordered cleaning closet (or wall) makes housekeeping chores easier to tackle, and it will also brighten your day. Create your own using a peg rail and a few trusty tools: select things that, to paraphrase Michael Pollan, your grandmother would recognize.

1. In the corner of a closet, a steel band of wall hooks by Room & Board forms a laundry wall. The wooden ironing board is from Williams-Sonoma.

2. Mounted on a closet door, an oak Shaker rail (from the Container Store) holds a lineup of basics. And in the closet, to maximize use of space, a vacuum is stowed atop an Elfa cart."

Reprinted with permission from "Remodelista: The Organized Home" by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick. Published in 2017 by Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
10. Compact Vanity
small space living
Rock My Style

While a luxurious vanity is on many a home decor bucket list, some spaces simply won't allow it. The blogger behind has a solution: using a tabletop plank and IKEA brackets for a beauty station that takes up practically no room.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
11. Mesh Display Board
image

Blogger Caroline Burke's repurposed could work equally well in a home office (one corner of your kitchen) or as an impromptu prep station (in the other corner).

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
12. Versatile Cutting Board
image

Brighten up your food prep routine with The Merry Thought's practical yet unexpected on a pair of kitchen staples — an herb planter and a cutting board.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
13. Repurposed Scrap Fabric
image
Kristen Kilpatrick

Keeping any fabric scraps around? If you love them almost enough to use them, but feel like they're not quite ready for prime time, use Design Love Fest's to revive them for the Instagram age. Plus, it can give mismatched pieces a cohesive look.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
5. A Disappearing Desk
small home hacks
Matthew Williams / Remodelista: The Organized Home

"For tight quarters, consider a ship-style table that lifts up for use. Here’s why this one works.

1. A shelf that becomes a table. Ikea’s drop-leaf Norberg design is hinge-mounted on the wall. When the top is up, it’s a desk; when it’s lowered, it becomes a shallow shelf.

2. The surprisingly generous tabletop is big enough for a laptop; it also works as a dining table for two.

3. Desk accessories line up on the shelf, which remains in place when the desk is folded down.

4. A chair with a slim silhouette, the industrial French Nicolle, pairs well with the fold-down desk.

5. An Original BTC Hector clip light hangs from a Bed Bath & Beyond metal towel ladder, another adaptable design that stands ready to hold magazines and even sweaters and jackets."

Reprinted with permission from "Remodelista: The Organized Home" by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick. Published in 2017 by Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
14. Adjustable Legs
image

Adjustable legs are the new birds, if bloggers are any indication. They're being put on just about anything, from bookcases to pieces of plywood. Old Brand New blogger Dabito's is just one great example of the trend's enduring practicality.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
15. Fold-Out Dining Table
small space living
Atelier Chang

If your home is a little too cramped to fit a full dining room table, space-saving furniture is your savior. UK design firm transformed this London apartment to make the most of the space, using a table that seamlessly swivels under the counter. Whether you need seating for guests or some extra counter space to chop vegetables, a multi-purpose like this.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
16. Repurposed Antiques
image

Who can resist a great IKEA hack? Treasures & Travels's gets "salvage yard chic" right with just reclaimed wood and a power tool.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
17. Dressed-Up Power Cords
image

In a small space, no detail goes unnoticed. Reclaim ugly lighting for the good of your apartment with Vitamini Handmade's cute and clever .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
18. The Herb and Spice Drawer
small home hacks
Matthew Williams / Remodelista: The Organized Home

"Create a designated place for herbs and frequently used tools like a garlic press and graters. Dried herbs have a short shelf life, especially if they’re exposed to light, so keeping only small quantities makes sense, as does arranging them in a drawer or cupboard. No fitted insert necessary; corral everything on trays. Here’s what you need.

The Essentials
• Uniform glass jars—we like small paint jars from the art supply store
• Metal trays sized to fit your drawer
• Washi tape for labeling the jar tops (this is an idea we like from cookbook author Heidi Swanson)

Also Consider
• Herb scissors
• Spice grinder
• Garlic press
• Ginger grater
• Small bowls for specialty salts"

Reprinted with permission from "Remodelista: The Organized Home" by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick. Published in 2017 by Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
そこ

proffitness.com.ua/%D1%82%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%80/%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%BB%D0%B5%D1%82%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B9-%D0%BF%D0%BE%D1%8F%D1%81-apus-sports/

https://medicaments-24.net