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    33 Things That'll Make Your Home Feel Bigger Than It Actually Is

    There is a better way if you feel like you're living in a shoebox.

    1. An end table with a storage area so you can put your blankets underneath and not need any other baskets that only take up valuable space.

    the end table with wood top and black frame and a wire basket on the bottom

    2. Or a sofa arm table if you don't even have enough room for a side table but want a place to store your remote and a drink without making a mess on your couch.

    brown octagon-shaped small table with legs around the arm of a couch with a coffee mug and remote sitting on it

    3. A utility rack to put over your washer and keep your laundry supplies organized right where you need them most. Your detergent won't be cluttering a different part of your home anymore.

    white metal rack over a washing machine with two shelves and three hooks on either side

    4. A wall shelf with five pegs so you can hang up your jacket and bag as soon as you get home instead of throwing them on the ground and making your floor so messy you can barely walk.

    black wall shelf with five pegs hanging on the wall

    5. A lift-top coffee table that'll hide all those random magazines and books you've accumulated that make your home look messy and smaller.

    6. A round mirror made to reflect light around the room to trick your eyes (and everyone else's) into thinking it's actually bigger than it really is.

    round gold mirror hanging on a wall

    7. An expandable shelf that fits under your sink to utilize all that wasted space so you can fit and hide away more toiletries and cleaning supplies.

    reviewer before and after photo of under a bathroom sink with a mess of products before and then more products that are organized after

    8. An upholstered platform bed – you can lift it up to reveal a sneaky storage situation.

    9. Or a rolling under-bed shelf if you don't want to commit to such a big bed frame but still want to take advantage of the space. You can keep shoes, sweaters, and extra blankets organized but out of your sightline.

    white wire rolling shelf with assorted things on it

    10. An oversized art print, which may seem a bit counterintuitive in a small space, but it will actually focus the room and make it feel bigger and more impactful.

    large rectangle art print on the wall that looks like a screne beach scene

    11. A slide-out storage tower so you can ~squeeze~ the most out of your kitchen even if you have less cabinet space than you thought was possible.

    Reviewer pic of the three-tier skinny tower between a fridge and stove with assorted kitchen goods on it.

    12. A TV wall-mounting kit to bring your TV up a couple of levels and eliminate your need for a stand altogether. Your whole living room will look so different with this, you won't even know what to do with yourself.

    the x-shaped black wall mount tv kit

    13. A side table with an attached floor lamp, because double-duty products will become your way of life as they leave you with more space.

    reviewer pic of the black side table with silver floor lamp coming out of it with a white lamp shade

    14. An ottoman with a secret — it's got places to store your shoes so they don't clutter the ground or your closet! Plus, this also functions as a comfy seat.

    the round ottoman with a tufted lid next to it, showing the inside with spaces to hold pairs of shoes

    15. A console table made with glass and faux marble, which will ~clearly~ make the room feel larger because nobody will be able to see the bottom half of it.

    thin marble-top table with clear legs

    16. And a set of three clear nesting tables if you want to take it a step farther and add the illusion of space to your living room. These tables can be stacked together and then pulled out and spread across the room when you need more places to set things.

    the set of three clear nesting tables

    17. A foldable kitchen island cart you can use if you NEED more counter space...but only when you're cooking (you can fold this up and put it away when you're not in the kitchen).

    18. A table lamp with a speaker as the base designed to take up half the amount of space on your side table and provide both light and music. Now that's a win-win.

    the grey speaker light sitting on a side table

    19. A three-tier bamboo rack you can hang on the wall or keep on the ground, but either way, it will give you a place to organize random things and make your home feel less cluttered.

    20. A set of under-shelf storage baskets to maximize your pantry so you don't experience an avalanche every time you open the door.

    reviewer image of the white wire baskets in a pantry, making more space to organize food

    21. A macrame wall hanging useful for adding some texture to your wall and giving the room more depth without overpowering the room and making the wall feel cluttered.

    macrame in the shape of a rainbow with a wood piece in the middle and the ends in fringe hanging down

    22. A laptop desk you can fold up when you're not working and then conveniently turn your home into your office at a moment's notice.

    brown square attached to the wall with a table down, making it into a desk

    23. Wall-mounted corner shelves perfect for storing your books instead of in a pile on the floor you'll trip over one too many times.

    reviewer pic of the zig-zag shape attached to the corner of the wall with books on each shelf

    24. A floating bedside drawer you attach to the wall next to your bed so you have a place to keep your phone, book, and glasses at night *plus* ample room around the bed to make it feel bigger.

    Rectangle white wood drawer with a light brown wood top attached to the wall next to the bed with a book, coffee cup, and vase on it

    25. An over-the-toilet organizer that'll make your bathroom feel like it's 10 times more organized. Who needs counter space?

    the white organizer with three shelves over a toilet in a bathroom

    26. A magnetic organization rack to stick to the side of your fridge and keep your paper towels and other go-to condiments off the counter, but still easy to grab.

    the white rack on the side of a fridge with a shelf, paper towl holder, and hooks at the bottom

    27. A five-tier corner shelf to take advantage of that space you're not quite sure what to do with.

    triangle-shaped shelf with rounded edge with five tan shelves and three white legs

    28. A Swivo side table with two interchangeable tabletops that swivel, meaning you can make the table ~work~ for you and your space. It's functional yet small, meaning it stick out like an eyesore in the room.

    A two-tier light wood side table with a glass of water on the smaller table and the taller, bigger table  turned over the side of a couch

    29. A narrow vertical storage dresser so you can take advantage of any "wasted" space in your bedroom or bathroom and keep the rest of the room open.

    four-drawer dresser with grey drawers and black frame

    30. Some semi-sheer curtains to give you privacy but still let in natural light, which is the key to a spacious feeling.

    white semi-sheer curtains hanging over a window, letting light in

    31. A suction caddy to keep your toothbrush and toothpaste on the wall and give you more counter space, even if your bathroom is as small as a pantry.

    32. A futon with a split back so each side can individually recline to your liking. Plus, it can turn into a bed when you have visiting guests.

    tufted grey futon with brown legs

    33. A collapsible dish drainer that'll clear up your ever-so-coveted counter space and make you feel like you can cook a full five-course meal in your kitchen.

    the white collapsible dish drainer

    Realizing that lofting your bed as an adult was not a good idea:

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