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When you have a small space, use every space that you have. No space is wasted space. Under the stairs. If you have tall ceilings, go up… use that space as a loft. Storage in the floor boards also works to hide things away.


All you have to do is think a little differently about the things that you have and how you want to use them. The things that are in the space can work in two or three ways to add to the room. Use things that can fold away to give you more space in the room. Beds, tables, chairs are a few thing that can fold away to add more space in the room.


Stairs can also be a place to store things, with drawers built into them. These are but a few of the things that can be done to add storage to a small space.


This video gives more ideas and shows the ones that we talk about here.


What can you think of to add to your storage in your space that can help your life be that much better.


Dan and Deanna “Marketing Unscrambled”



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