Regardless of whether you live in New York City or San Francisco, studio apartments have one major characteristic in common: limited space. The thing about a small area is that it gives you the opportunity to be creative with your smaller home. We’ve put together a few apartment hacks to keep your clutter to a minimum and help you maximize your space and organization.
Wine holder as a towel rack
If you’re seriously lacking shelving space in your bathroom, a wine rack is a great way to store and organize your towels and linens. Plus, the wine rack adds a functional yet elegant look to the bathroom.
Soda tabs in a cramped closet
Wishing you had a walk-in closet with plenty of space? Small apartments aren’t necessarily known for ample storage. When you place soda tabs on top of your hangers, you can now add another hanger to the other hole of the tab. It’s a sustainable and savvy way to save space.
Hang it up
Having a small kitchen doesn’t mean you have to limit you cooking utensils per say. By adding hooks to the inside of cabinets doors or unused wall space, you can hang up pots, pans, potholders and more, keeping them out of precious cabinet and drawer space.
Multi-purpose bedroom furniture
Consider investing in bedroom furniture that also doubles up as storage. Plenty of bed sets and bedside furniture these days come with drawers underneath for extra space.
Magazine racks as storage
You might be surprised to know just how many things magazine racks to store. From aluminum foil to linens to mail, magazine racks are pretty universal when it comes to storing things. Hang them on a wall or place on a bookshelf, regardless of where they go, you’ll save space.
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