Tips on Transforming Wasted Spaces Into So Much More

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that we need more space! I hope you enjoy these fun tips on transforming those wasted spaces into serious solutions!

steel windows AND a built in banquet - does it get any better?

via apartmenttherapy

Things that serve a double duty purpose can give you more square footage where you thought there wasn’t room for more. Bench seating in this kitchen gives you storage underneath and it looks amazing.

Under-Stair Storage — Miles Enterprises | Fine Custom Cabinetry in Baltimore MD and Washington DC

via miles-ent

Stairs create wasted space underneath them which can be used for extra storage, a bench seat, or even an office!

Gorgeous bedroom nook with arched dormer window highlighted by a glass lantern over a built-in window seat with storage topped with a leopard print cushion and a pair of red and gold accent pillows with a large round flower pouf ottoman. Built-in bookcase cubbies and storage drawers line either side of the nook with small gallery walls over each side of the window seat.

via decorpad

It’s no secret that those window nooks are a gorgeous feature when you buy a home, but finding a purpose for them can sometimes cause more headache than it’s worth! A bench seat and some built in storage and you have yourself a little library nook.

#NorajukuStylist Apartment Decor Ideas: Use Convertible Furniture.

via luckyshops

Struggling to make a small bedroom work, but hate the look of under the bed storage. How about putting it under the bed where no one can see? This is great for out of season clothes, extra pillows, sheets, and blankets and when it’s closed you’d never know.

decorology: Make your tiny bathroom gorgeous AND functional!

via whitelacecottage

Tiny bathrooms are even harder! For those who are not a fan of the storage cabinets that go around or above a toilet, this is a great option. Built in shelving that serves a purpose and is pretty!

Small-Space Kitchen Island Ideas Make meal prep faster and more effective in a small kitchen with an innovative kitchen island. From mobile carts to repurposed tables, a small-space island can amplify surface area and kick up your kitchen's style.

via bhg

Adding an island to a kitchen, even if it’s a small one, can make your kitchen feel larger! Having extra working space and storage can provide a lot more than you think!

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