There's nothing quite as irritating, from a design perspective, as wasted space. If you've got a corner or area that's irking you, get inspired by these creative uses of space that would otherwise be up to no good--literally.
This Joanna Gaines design is pure genius - proving that there’s always room for a chic library nook if you just know where to look.
Hallways are often underutilized. Rather than adding bulky consoles or entryway furniture, this design carves out a bit of wasted space inside the wall, finding room for a cozy seating area and lots of practically-invisible storage overhead.
A curtain and a contrasting wall color create division between the rest of the room and this chic bedroom nook. By utilizing a system of shelves overhead and drawers beneath the bed, this tiny bedroom offers lots of storage solutions, too.
Chances are, you have available space around a doorway - even if it’s only up top. If built-ins aren’t an option for your space, consider adding a simple shelf above the door frame for added storage in any room of the house.
Think you don’t have room for an eat-in kitchen? This petite version utilizes a thin bar as prep, serving, and dining space that also conveniently serves as a divider between the kitchen and living room.