Living large in a small space?? YES.
Swap the obtrusive floor lamp for an unobtrusive hanging light.
Have your desk can double as a nightstand.
Or if a nightstand is all you need, get one that floats and you’ll save on floor space.
Shelving should also float.
Desks too, for that matter.
Your hamper needn’t be a bulky basket. Make a low-profile one out of fabric and hang it on the door.
A DIY project that will cost you only $3.
If you need a workspace in your room, tuck it away in the closet.
Or try squeezing your bed in there.
You can hang your clothes from the ceiling.
Take advantage of vertical space with tall, thin shelving.
Buy a bed frame that doubles as storage.
Or you can simply put your mattress on risers for more under-the-bed storage.
With a USB charger! You can buy these here.
Turn your bookcase into a footboard.
Use up every corner of the room.
Put a shelf over your doorway.
Raise a portion of the room on a platform for hidden storage.
Loft your bed!
Or invest in a Murphy bed.
Don’t forget about the sides of your closet.
Your window sill is a built-in shelf and/or bedside table.
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