Space-saving apartment decor ideas
Who doesn’t love a bar cart? Like avocado toast and millennial pink, these trendy wheeled carts are beloved by twenty- and thirty-somethings and make an excellent addition to any pad. If you don’t have room for a full-sized mobile island, it’s a great way to add more storage space to a tiny kitchen.
Threshold Wood and Glass Bar Cart, $129.99 on target.com
This hanging rack has ton of uses: Mount it in the bathroom to hang-dry your towels, put it in the entryway for coats and bags or attach it to your bedroom wall and use it to plan out your outfits. When you’re not using it, the arm folds flush to the wall to conserve space.
Newdora Folding Wall-Mounted Hanger Rack, $14.99 on amazon.com
Most pre-war apartments have some funky bits: Weird corners, awkward areas near the radiator and so on. Turn those into storage nooks with these sturdy canvas bins. It even looks like a design choice if you use them for magazines, throw blankets or books!
The Container Store Canvas Quilted Bins, $15.99 on containerstore.com
You wouldn’t think it’s possible to lose anything in a space smaller than 400 square feet, but it is. Hang this key holder shaped like a bulls eye in your entryway and get in the habit of attaching your key ring every time you come home. No more hunting for your keys between the couch cushions!
Magnetic Key Holder, $50.90 on etsy.com
Mirrors can be total game-changers in teensy apartments. The reflection gives the illusion of a larger room—plus, it’s good for feng shui and making sure your outfit looks OK. Lean ‘em up against a wall or hang them over your bedroom door if you’re really tight on space.
Threshold Ladder Mirror, $56.99 on target.com
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