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All you need is this hall stand to fill in for a missing hall closet, which adds 20 square feet of storage, including hooks, cubbies, and even a bench for when you put on your shoes.

A sofa that fits the size of your space is the easiest way to make it feel like home. Even better: This design is custom made with the colors and materials of your choosing, so it'll fit your style too.

In this attic apartment a cubby system with open storage and baskets stores T-shirts and socks, displays memorabilia, and acts as a room divider between the living and sleeping spaces.

Look for available wall space in high-traffic areas throughout your house. This staircase features a cubby system built for storing everyday essentials.

In any small space, using mirrors is a decorating trick that works wonders. They reflect light and make a space feel bigger. Hang a large mirror in your apartment's dining space, living room, or bedroom across from a window, so it is in a prime position to receive natural light and reflect it back into the room.

Throw tiny items in clear boxes.
It's all about stowing away like with like in this idea from Sunny Side Up. Here, teeny toys are categorized into clear shoe boxes. Though you can see each type of toy in a glance, labels also help make things even easier to find.

The best way to get kids to pick up their toys: Make your storage part of their play area, like in this idea seen on Hello Baby Brown. Here, roomy standing baskets (painted a stylish copper) functions as a display for the pretend food used in the adorable play kitchen

Hang canvas bins from sturdy hooks in a row or grid to free up the floor. Then corral board games, books, magazines, and other items inside. Select a style with a soft color or patterns and these catchalls become wall decor, too.

The holidays may be winding down, but the work isn't over. See how our lovable elf, Buddy, take down a tree in one smackdown!
Or better yet, make your holiday clean-up with Livible!

Utilize an awkward space under stairs for cabinets, desk space or shelving for storing various home and work essentials.

Pieces that can work in a variety of ways are a great fit for small-space storage. Home offices, for example, may be difficult to create out of limited square footage, but strategically placed bookshelves -- even those out in the open -- may offer practical and beautiful space. Here, a stool tucks under a work surface and a laptop folds out of the way. Small bins and baskets keep necessities stylishly contained.

Think Small You might need all the closet space you can get, but if you can sacrifice a nook, you could technically fit in a small desk/office. This will free up some floor space in the main living areas.

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