Lifestyle Blogger's Spatially-Challenged Loft Design Tips

Learn how Apartment 34 lifestyle blogger and publicist Erin Hiemstra and her husband make their 900-square-foot loft feel liveable.

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To take advantage of dead space just off the living room's sliding glass doors that lead out to the loft's small Juliet balcony, Erin and Chris opted for an 8-foot-tall bookshelf. It houses their important belongings, including diplomas and family keepsakes. "Vertical space is something really important to take advantage of. You'd be surprised how storing things upwards frees up space for other things. A combination of horizontal and vertical storage is key in maximizing square footage," Erin notes.

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