12 Ways To Make Use Of The Awkward Spaces In Your House

12 Ways To Make Use Of The Awkward Spaces In Your Home

You know the weird little nooks that are left in your house? The corner in the entryway or the oddly tiny closet with no real purpose? What are you supposed to do with those? It’s easy to make them look ok (AKA not doing anything with them), but if you want your home to look good then you need to pay attention to these areas. Here are some ways to transform the awkward parts of your home.

 

1. Make use of the entryway corner with a table where you can keep your odds and ends
1. Make use of the entryway corner with a table where you can keep your odds and ends
2. Organize your entry area with crates mounted to the wall
2. Organize your entry area with crates mounted to the wall
3. Style the space between a wall and doorway with an oversized mirror and table
3. Style the space between a wall and doorway with an oversized mirror and table
4. Use a skinny wall to create a command station to keep everyone organized.
4. Use a skinny wall to create a command station to keep everyone organized.
5. Utilize the space above the bathroom door.
5. Utilize the space above the bathroom door.
6. Use corner shelving to create interest in an otherwise dead space.
6. Use corner shelving to create interest in an otherwise dead space.
7. Use a tiny nook for a tiny workstation.
7. Use a tiny nook for a tiny workstation.
8. Place baskets on top of cupboards to increase kitchen storage.
8. Place baskets on top of cupboards to increase kitchen storage.
9. Create a gallery wall in an unused corner.
9. Create a gallery wall in an unused corner.
10. Or use the space to create a two-person workstation.
10. Or use the space to create a two-person workstation.
11. Have a built-in desk installed to make use of the end of a hallway.
11. Have a built-in desk installed to make use of the end of a hallway.
12. Use crates and some outdoor throw cushions to create seating for a small balcony.
12. Use crates and some outdoor throw cushions to create seating for a small balcony.

 

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