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If You Need To Save Space In Your Place, You Gotta Try These 14 Design Tricks

If there’s one thing we could all use a little more of, it’s space. Once we get settled in at a particular apartment or home, it seems like the clutter just builds and builds until something has to be done. For anyone currently in this situation, you have a choice to make:

a) Use your space more efficiently

b) Sell your precious possessions

c) Move into a bigger place

For those of you that picked A, good choice! Lucky for you, there are tons of unique and useful designs that can take a cluttered room and make it feel much more spacious. Check out some of these brilliant space-saving designs below.

1. A hidden trash can.

A hidden trash can.

2. PVC pipe shoe storage.

PVC pipe shoe storage.

3. A sliding food cabinet.

A sliding food cabinet.

Discover how to DIY this here!

4. Hanging bike racks.

Hanging bike racks.

5. Up-high heel storage.

Up-high heel storage.

6. Hideaway office storage.

Hideaway office storage.

7. A multipurpose bedroom and reading area.

A multipurpose bedroom and reading area.

MRF Construction, Inc.

8. Fold-out space for using appliances.

Fold-out space for using appliances.

9. Foldaway bunk beds.

Foldaway bunk beds.

10. A storage closet under the stairs.

A storage closet under the stairs.

11. A bed frame with storage underneath.

A bed frame with storage underneath.

12. Subtle storage for firewood.

Subtle storage for firewood.

13. A family room with more storage than you could ever dream of…

A family room with more storage than you could ever0

14. Clever hideaway kitchen storage.

Clever hideaway kitchen storage.

So breathe easy — if you put these clever design ideas to use, you won’t have to worry about being buried beneath your clutter anytime soon. And let’s be honest, a yard sale is never a bad idea, either.

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