Must-have items for your small space

These products will help you make the most of your shoebox-size apartment.

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  • Photograph: Katrina Domin

    NORDEN Gateleg table, $179 at IKEA (two area locations)
    Both of this table�s leaves drop down, and the drawers could hold silverware, napkins�anything! Plus, birch is easy to paint over.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of stacksandstacks.com

    Rolling pantry, $100 at stacksandstacks.com
    Make up for a lack of kitchen cabinets with this rolling pantry that features six roomy shelves that can hold all your dry and packaged goods.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of CB2

    Flex orange sleeper sofa, $999 at CB2 (800 W North Ave, 312-787-8329)
    If your studio apartment doesn�t offer enough room for a bed and a sofa, get this convertible couch. It�s chic and, more important, actually comfortable.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of CB2

    White file file, $25 at CB2 (800 W North Ave, 312-787-8329)
    Take the clutter off your coffee table and store magazines in these hanging file holders. They�re great for holding mail, too.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Materious

    Cubby, $22, available soon at materious.com
    Local design company materious successfully turned to Kickstarter to get these coat hook/storage units made.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of CB2

    Peekaboo clear nesting tables, $199 for a set of three at CB2 (800 W North Ave, 312-787-8329)
    Here�s a decorating tip: Clear pieces give the illusion of taking up less space.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Urban Outfitters

    Over-the-door vanity station, $89 at urbanoutfitters.com
    You don�t need a big area to primp for the day. Hang this station over the bedroom or bathroom door and it�ll instantly become part of your beauty routine.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Allmodern.com

    Vitra Uten.Silo II small wall organizer, $385 at allmodern.com
    No storage in the bathroom? No problem. High-end Swiss manufacturer Vitra turns your toiletries into a sleek art collage with this hanging organizer. It could also work for office supplies or kitchen utensils.

  • Photograph: Magnus Olsson

    ALVE laptop table, $70 at IKEA (two area locations)
    This small table features a storage space for your laptop that can be unfolded for a little extra work room.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Container Store

    Driftwood and platinum elfa office in a closet, $232 DIY, $412 with installation (sale prices $174, $354 through October 14) at Container Store (908 W North Ave, 312-654-8450)
    Transform a closet into a cool little work station complete with ample writing surface and storage.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Container Store

    Shoe space saver, $6 at Container Store (908 W North Ave, 312-654-8450)
    Sold in a package of two, these shoe storage items holds a pair of kicks in the same space that holds a single shoe.

Photograph: Katrina Domin

NORDEN Gateleg table, $179 at IKEA (two area locations)
Both of this table�s leaves drop down, and the drawers could hold silverware, napkins�anything! Plus, birch is easy to paint over.

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