#1 Roller Blinds

Opened doors take up space, so go for roller blinds if you really can't spare the floor space.

Design: 19sixtyseven

 

#2 Shelf it

No space to display your knick knacks and mementos? Give some of your doors mini shelves like these.

Design: Country Concept

 

#3 Pull-out counters

Pull-out counters give you extra prep space if you need it, and can replace the need for a breakfast counter. 

Design:  Dan's Workshop

See also: SMALL HOME? SEE THESE STYLISH WAYS YOU CAN STILL HAVE A KITCHEN ISLAND

 

#4 Mirror, mirror

Mirrored walls and doors kill two birds with one stone.

Design: Dan's Workshop

 

#5 Stash it

Small spaces can't afford to feel cluttered. A dresser you can tuck away is one solution for the bedroom.

Design: Metaphor Studio

See also: PERSONALISE YOUR HOME! 8 SIMPLE AND CREATIVE IDEAS

 

#6 Platform beds 

The platform storage bed idea will never tire! 

Design: Space Matters

See also: 3 AUSPICIOUS THINGS TO HAVE IN YOUR BEDROOM FOR A BETTER MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP

 

#7 Make use of your bomb shelter

Turning the bomb shelter into a store room is a common idea. This shouldn't stop you from using the space infront of it, though. If the layout is right, you can turn that space into a dining area -- and a dining table with wheels allow you to access the bomb shelter easily! 

Design: Three-D Conceptwerke

 

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