Amy Sefton/BuzzFeed 1. Chop a table in half to make the ultimate space-saving entryway table. vtwonen.nl Learn how here. 2. Utilize the space under the stairs. tagzzy.com So many things to hide, so little time. 3. Replace doors with sliding walls to let your space breathe. dwell.com This Brooklyn apartment feels much larger than its 500 square feet, thanks to large sliding doors with wide doorways. 4. Try freeing up floor space by hanging a laundry bag from a hook instead. chiccheapnursery.com Laundry hampers take up a lot of floor space, so try hanging a laundry bag from a hook instead. Find this and other small space ideas here. 5. Get creative with mirrors. decorpad.com Mirrors can instantly double the appearance of a room, but there's no reason you have to go the traditional route! Metallic subway tile adds a layer of texture to this tiny WC. 6. Pick your favorite room in the house and go big. dwell.com This gourmet kitchen sits inside a tiny New Zealand home, making use of a reflective island and translucent cabinets to keep things feeling open and bright. 7. Put a shelf on it. desiretoinspire.net Got a spare wall? Floor to ceiling storage works for more than just books! 8. Use a pan organizer to maximize your cabinet space. listotic.com Find more genius storage Inventions here. 9. Another way to save space is by DIYing a shelf for spices in your cabinet. familyhandyman.com This will leave plenty of space for larger items below. Find the how-to here. 10. If you have a baby, install a fold down changing table. decorpad.com Like a miniature Murphy bed, these changing tables save a ton of space. 11. You can also maximize space with a baby by putting their crib in a small closet. rebekahgough.blogspot.ca Learn more here. 12. Use room dividers in place of walls. theunu.com These industrial metal rods give the illusion of a wall. 13. Curtains can also step in where privacy is needed. senyoretacanyella.blogspot.com Got one wide open room? Make it into two without committing! 14. Use open storage to draw the eye upward. designsponge.com Need some accountability for your clutter? Open storage will force you to live organized (or put your mess on display). 15. Swap out the TV stand for a dresser. twotwentyone.net A TV stand takes up a lot of space (especially in a studio or one bedroom apartment), but a dresser can do the same job and hold your clothes, too. Learn more here. 16. Create the illusion of vertical space by selecting low-sitting furniture. homes.yahoo.com If you're a fan of tiny homes, this $9K dome home that only took six weeks to construct is not to be missed. 17. Repurpose the closet. lundagard.blogspot.com.br Display your best fashion finds right out in the open to save space and show off your style. 18. Can't part with your closet? Maximize space by installing double, outward-facing rods. 320sycamoreblog.com Learn more here. 19. Add a pop of color! homedit.com Or two. A little pop goes a long way. 20. Build a bookshelf door. houseandgarden.co.uk There's that pop of color going a long way again... 21. Utilize retractable pantry drawers for small appliances. tinyhousedesign.com This 192-square-foot home makes up in clever storage what it lacks in footprint. 22. Discover unexpected storage. Troy Thies Photography/Fair and Square Remodeling There are often plenty of unused crawl spaces and nooks in a home that can be creatively turned into organized storage. 23. Lose the end table and use one of these chic couch arm racks instead. etsy.com Get yours here. 24. Install a breakfast bar. offbeatandinspired.com Who needs a kitchen table when you've got a built in coffee bar? (Instructions HERE.) 25. You can also install an under the cabinet knife drawer. popularwoodworking.com Learn how to get one of these save-savings drawers here. 26. Think you don't have space for a tub? Try a three-fourths tub! mydecolove.com Great for bathing kids if you've got standing room only. 27. Do a whole room in white. white-living.blogspot.com Whites make everything appear bigger and brighter.