Do-It-Yourself Charm

Big do-it-yourself ideas can expand any space. Check out a tiny bungalow with Hollywood glamour, a little house with a big dance floor, a coffee table that's more than meets the eye and a modern mini-loft in New York.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionClosing off areas from each other creates cozy nooks and a more intimate setting.
In a space that shares areas with different functions, it's important to be able to close off what you don't always want to see. Sometimes it's nice to have the space open to other rooms for depth and added light. To give a small space flexibility and to keep it interesting, room dividers come in handy. Lucas uses aluminum Venetian blinds to adjust the amount of transfer from one space to the other. It's a neat trick to increase endless possibilities in a finite space.