If you’re searching for kitchen design ideas but don’t have a lot of square footage to work with, you’ve come to the right place. While there might not have room for a massive dining room table, you can still incorporate fresh style and fun pieces in a design that works for you.
Here are five tips to help solve your small kitchen conundrum.
A home office is essential for keeping your household running smoothly, but it can be hard to justify dedicating space to one when you don’t have a lot of room to begin with.
Don’t let that discourage you, though! Your home office doesn’t need a whole room of its own. It’s easy to repurpose an unused corner, some space beneath an open flight of stairs or even a spare closet, if you’re a wardrobe minimalist. Wherever you’ve chosen to set up your office, it’s important to define a clear work zone while still maintaining a look that fits your style—and your space.
When you don’t have a ton of square footage, it can be tricky to find room for your belongings. The key is open, vertical storage. The smaller footprint is ideal for cozier spaces, and unenclosed shelving makes things easier to find—plus, it encourages you to stay organized!
Furnishing smaller homes can often pose unique challenges. However, there’s no need to sacrifice comfort and style while sticking to space and budget constraints. All it takes is a little creativity—and a little help from Homemakers!
In our Cozy and Compact series, we’ll take you through each room of your home, suggesting great looks that combine form and function on a smaller scale. Plus, with our legendary low prices, you’ll know you’re getting a great deal that you won’t find elsewhere.