Moving into a flat smaller than a shoe cupboard because you can't afford anything bigger that isn't covered in mould/infested by mice/a ten hour commute to work? Or trying to make the most out of a teeny tiny room in your new home that you need to make work?
Where on earth are you going to store your 700 pairs of shoes? Or put all your pointless trinkets that are currently spread across five shelves? We have the answer (well, six answers to be precise) to turn your tiny room into a cute little cove.
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If you're not renting and are allowed to put up shelves then get a drill and do it immediately. If you're feeling handy, run them all along the top of the room and shove all those books you never read on them. Done and done.
Everyone had these Ikea cubes at some point in their life. Double one up and use the insides of the cubes for trinklets and photos and the top for a lamp and flowers – look how great you are at utlising space.
If your landlord has been kind enough to get you a bed with drawers then you're seriously lucky. If they haven't, ask for a new bed (because if you don't ask, you don't get) or get a cheap one from Gumtree. It will save your life, and your floor space.
Instead of spreading jars all over the little desk space you have, build one into your wall. So handy, so space conscious. You tiny room pro.
OK, so your room will not look like this, because this room is bigger than a castle. BUT, you need to get a built in rail. Chances are you can't fit a wardrobe in your teeny chubby hole, so instead of having everything sprawled across the floor – hang them.
This is genius. Just look at it. Yes, it would probably take a whole day to build but imagine how chuffed you'd be everytime you went to do your makeup at this absolutely stellar built-in vanity space.
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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.