53,017 Space Saving Living Design Photos

Vintage chair
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Books line above-the-window shelving and a space-saving vertical shelf.
Books line above-the-window shelving and a space-saving vertical shelf. The Barcelona chair, once used as a theater prop, had red wine spilled on it so many times, it needed to be reupholstered. Frances chose a large floral print for something unexpected.
Books line above-the-window shelving and a space-saving vertical shelf. The Barcelona chair, once used as a theatre prop, had red wine spilled on it so many times, it needed to be reupholstered. Frances
though – they’re useful where there’s little usable wall space, as here, meaning you can still create a cosy library mood and add decorative interest despite a lack of shelving.
“great idea for my library” — krisona
Raad Studio
NoHo Duplex
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Want to do shelves along the wall at base of stairs except put glass doors on them to save on dusting.
Without the big bookcase in the living room, the space feels more open. “She really wanted full-height storage to display collectibles and thought it would be great to put it over the stairway, but we said
“floor ceiling bookcase over stairs - slides” — lbcinnyc
transFORM | The Art of Custom Storage
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Twin Mahogany Wall Units
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instead of filling the entire space, should it be a separate unit?
the fireplace needs to be substantial in order for TV not to take over the space
Beautiful built-in shelves, a stone fireplace and a natural-wood second-story railing take center stage when only a single chair, a rug and a drum fill the space. Is this practical for a full household? Probably not. But if you lived alone, this setup could be an option.
“music rug” — Andrea Alviar-Nunn
Finecraft Contractors, Inc.
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Oakland Rd. House
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space saving
Open space with outside access.
open spaces...open space
“Floorplan” — leocrane
Chandler Prewitt Interior Design
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RV Remodel
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space saving
“Classy” — jeskoepnick77
M+A Architecture Studio
Next House
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How can I achieve this same idea in my space? Supplier? Thanks!
Use of space for books.
Tracked bookcases are an ingenious space-saving idea. Same idea works great for pantries.
Efficient storage space.
Stackable bookcases saving space
Space saving...Space saver...good use of space
“Stackable bookcases saving space” — pabdm
Ana Williamson Architect
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Ana Williamson Architect
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was custom made for the space with the help of Ana, the contractor, and local door manufacturer.
The door was custom made for the space with the help of Ana, the contractor, and local door manufacturer.
Thank you for you question. The door was custom made for the space with the help of Ana, the
The door was custom made to fit the space.
maybe use a sliding door between house and porch would save room for front entry way and porch
Bed - built-in look with curtains surrounding for reading space. A's room?
The curtains define the space, we could
This large opening pocket door with high windows gives a nice way to section off and add privacy to a guest space.
because of their space-saving construction. Unlike sliding doors, pocket doors actually slide into the wall, rather than along the side of it. 3. Folding doors (usually in a bi-fold form) fold in on either side, and are usually used in closets, laundry rooms, pantries and other small spaces. 4. Flush doors
“Guest bed” — twinks76
Henry Yorke Mann architect
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Quietude
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way of storing items as well as utilizing much neglected vertical space.
High ceilings gives feel of space, walls double as shelves/storage
This is an example of how ceiling volume can extend the perceived livability of a very small interior space. Whitewashing the wood would lighten and visually expand the space even further
love small cabins/like design.. would want to add more sleeping spaces above
The shelving space along the edges
The architect in charge of this challenge, Henry York Mann, researched space-saving techniques used by yachties in his search to make the most of every square centimetre. There are ceiling beams galore that are more than structural;
a few good nooks and many a cranny. The steep pitch of the roof makes way for a sleeping loft that’s cosy, but has a sense of being in a wide open space. Take a tour of this house
“Built for $28,000!” — mishottie
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