I'm an organizing pro & live in a tiny studio apartment – I make the most of my small space with 3 easy tips | The Sun

YOUR small living space doesn't have to be cluttered.

Organizing pro Tina, who lives in a tiny studio apartment, posted a video revealing the three ways she makes the most of her small space.

Even though Tina lives in a 400-square-foot apartment, she claims she has "unutilized space" thanks to her small living tips.

USE CORNERS

"Make the most of corners," said Tina.

She said that corner shelves make a great addition to any empty wall space.

They can be used to store any books, knick-knacks, or other fun decorations, without taking up any floor space.

CABINETS

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Next, the organizing pro said to maximize the space above any kitchen or bathroom cabinets,

"My cabinets don't go all the way to the ceiling," she said.

"So that space can be used for bins or plants."

Not only will this help store away extra stuff, but it will keep the bins up high and out of sight.

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She also suggested using the space to store books or a wine rack.

BED FRAME

To save space in your bedroom, she said to install a wall bed frame.

"Wall bed frames can be a perfect way to get multiple uses out of a cramped bedroom."

When you're not sleeping, you can simply fold the bed up against the wall, creating a ton of extra floor space.

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"I could see this being a space used for workouts or an office with a hideaway desk," she said.

Many viewers loved her ideas, saying: "I like the wine rack idea," and "You’re giving me all the inspo."


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