Our pick of the latest home innovations, solutions and stuff you never understood you required SMALL SPACE LIVING
Go for storage with sliding doors
Barely have an area to move into your bedroom, however, have lots of clothes that need a home? Try a wardrobe with a moving door. This piece from The Cotswold Company includes a rail on one side, together with five drawers and a half-height wardrobe above with detachable racks, so you can fit in a lot of clothing without feeling packed into your room.
Shop your loo rolls more stylishly
We enjoy the unwinded design of these hemp baskets, and they have space to hold several rolls. Just hang one from a hook on the wall.
Fit a bedside table in the tightest gap
Improve your sleeping area with this wall shelf, which maximises space beneath for slippers or a stack of books.
CHOICE A SHELF FOR BOTH STORAGE AND SCREEN
Squeeze in a slimline bar cart
Squirrel away gin and mixers in this neat little number, which can be tucked into.
a corner, then wheeled out in time for cocktails.
Invest in a bed with surprise storage
If you love a wood bed but require additional storage, consider Loaf’s gorgeous Kanoodle bed. Available in double, king and super king, the bed is made from solid ash and features a rather clever fold-down storage flap in the base where you can keep all your extra bedding, out-of-season clothes, future Christmas presents. Whatever!
Build your bespoke solution (without investing a fortune).
Develop your shelving unit with the super-clever modular variety from Morfus. Made from interlocking FSC birch plywood, you can select the width and height of shelves, even adding doors, drawers or boxes in as much as nine colourways and a range of sizes. All parts come with a 10-year assurance.
Discover a home for a slim locker.
Under the stairs, in the energy or office, teens’ spaces these thin metal lockers have a wide variety of usages. Plus, they’re readily available in 6 tones so that you can add a splash of colour, too. Inside, there’s a removable rail and four adjustable shelves.
Love this two-in-one light and side table.
This original floor lamp includes two racks at just the ideal height to hold your cup of tea, book and the remote control (along with some smart devices, obvs). Perfect for a tight corner! Online only.
And for the avoidance action for future to save our household from the danger of Asbestos, we require to ensure whatever in our home is using correct things and have the best management strategy if you are living in Melbourne you need to contact Asbestos Management Plan Melbourne.
I’m alive, alive and maybe I’ll stay forever in Qulpie but in the meantime, I look for a way to spend a few years in the Middle East. Queen of street food and cazzum thoughts, I’m invested by the crazy idea of opening a travel blog on April 2012, when “travel bloggers” or “influencers” were not read in the curriculum yet.