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Shelves above and to the side of your desk keep everything close at hand and also allow for extra display space.

Don't Forget the Ceiling
Small-home living requires creative--sometimes even eccentric--storage solutions. Bicycles held up by a system of pulleys hover above this comfortable living room.

That pile of footwear by your front door is a big sloppy mess. This easy to DIY shoe rack will keep your kicks organized and even better, off the floor.

Are your favorite books languishing in a box under the bed or in the closet? This floating shelf will let you proudly display your cherished hardcovers.

This bench and shelf combination from Pottery Barn makes up for the lack of an entry closet. Both pieces have cubbies to stow daily use items, and hooks under the shelf keep coats and bags ready to go.

Freestanding wall units can be much less expensive than built-ins. Create a niche in the unit for a workstation to add even more function.

Kids clothes don't take up a ton of space. Their toys and books, however, are another story. Make the most of your kid's closet space by doubling it as toy and book storage with over-the-door pantry organizers.

If you have empty space under your bed, but don't like the look of plastic organizers, these rolling crates add an industrial touch and are simple to make — no power tools required.

The easiest way to take your closet from junky to jaw-dropping? Pick your colors wisely: All-white hangers are clean, while light blue containers add an element of surprise.

Tables with open bases create lots of potential for storage. This bedside table has a footstool tucked under it, doubling the surface area for your tablet, a glass of water, and your phone.

Open shelves keep priority items visible and accessible. But here’s what makes them especially useful for small rooms: They can be installed in spaces that are too small or awkwardly placed to hold cabinets.

Work With Your Walls
Dealing with storage issues can be one of the most frustrating things about living in a small space. Many of these problems can be solved with the amount of available space on your walls. Try using bookshelves, and installing various hooks to hold things like bikes, or pots and pans.

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