Here's a smart option for small spaces.
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When you're trying something new, often your first instinct is to rush out and buy all the things you need for whatever activity you've taken on, be it camping or traveling or hosting overnight guests. But often these things, bought with the best of intentions, end up getting used only very infrequently -- and taking up a lot space in your home in the meantime.
All 10 of these tiny homes prove that space is relative. Your home is only as tiny as you let it feel. So, apply these space-saving tips and storage tricks when you can. Because you deserve to have a bigger home without actually paying for one.
We could all benefit from having a little extra space in our homes for the things we love, without having to spend an arm and a leg on renovations. Here to make that a reality for you are these nine easy DIY storage hacks that cost under $30 each.
Powder rooms are often the last spaces people focus on in their homes. They pick a color scheme, buy some towels and a soap dispenser, and call it a day. However, designing a small space doesn't have to be so... lackluster. Spicing it up can be as easy as picking the right tiles.
The use of sconces is especially useful in small spaces, as it moves lighting onto the walls as opposed to standing lamps that take up extra floor space.
Ever wonder if you're cut out for small living? Through the power and reach of the web -- and community marketplaces that connect travelers with hosts, like Airbnb -- tiny homes are but a click away to rent for a weekend or a month.