Create a relaxing reading nook in that unused corner with the right window shades, sturdy bookshelves, foam batting and personal touches.
Dress up a plain side table with an easy-to-make, no-sew tulle tutu. Add a built-in light, and it’s the perfect nightstand for a kid’s bedroom!
Short on closet space? Store your favorite clothes and accessories on this stylish DIY copper rack. It’s so pretty, you’ll want to give it a prominent spot in your bedroom.
If you currently store your jewelry in a tangled mess on your dresser, tidy it up with this trendy hanging organizer. It’s an easy DIY project you can do in a day.
The perfect petite workspace for a small home or apartment, this chic DIY desk drops down when you need it and folds away when you don’t.
If your kitchen cabinets and drawers are overcrowded, create more storage space with this easy-to-make oversized pegboard shelving system. You can customize the shelves and pegs to stylishly display your favorite pots, pans and utensils.
Make the most of a small bathroom with this DIY leaning ladder shelf and towel rack. Designed to fit over the toilet, this sleek storage piece won’t damage your walls, so it’s perfect for renters.
We all have that cheap flat-pack dresser that we’ve carried with us from our college apartment to our adult home. Update it with paint and a pretty decal to create a whole new piece that’s perfect for a nursery or kid’s bedroom.
Make laundry day a little easier with this space-saving clothes drying rack. It drops down when you need it, and folds away when you don’t. With adjustable levels, you can determine how far you want to extend it.
Sometimes you can find a diamond in the rough when thrifting for artwork – you just have to look past the bad frames. Upgrade an old canvas painting into a modern work of art with a simple DIY frame.
Sure, we all need the basics like a kitchen and a bathroom. But your home should also have a special spot personalized just for you. Find out what fun room your home is missing, and learn how to make space for it even if your square footage is limited.
Even in the tiniest of apartments, you can still create functional zones that feel like separate rooms. Three designers and studio dwellers share their best ideas.
Add a high-end touch to your bedroom on a budget. Learn how to upcycle an inexpensive coffee table into a luxe upholstered bench with leather strap details.
Don't let your studio apartment scare guests away.
Tricks for housing a big life in a small home.
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