992 spacesaver Home Design Photos

StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Upper West Side Combo
Underbed drawers give more space-saving storage options. Despite the robots, toys and framed prints, this tween boy's room can easily transition into a comfortable guest bedroom.Blink and you might just miss the AC condensor units beneath the window, thanks to Miller's signature brushstroke of sleek
“Manu mueble blanco” — palimejia
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
If you can’t bring a mobile bar to your desk, bring your desk to the bar! The Apple work station is a legitimate and smart space-saving solution, but in actuality looks quite good next to the modern wet bar setup.
“Back bar” — ddarville
Capital Building
3 Reviews
An under-mounted towel rail. If clean lines and surfaces are the order of the day, installing a towel rail (or two) under your vanity is a neat, space-saving option. A colourful, patterned or striped towel, as pictured, creates a pop of colour and warmth, and sits in a practical, easy-to-reach spot.
“salle de bain” — cheikam
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
more comfortable, it could be worth it. On the other hand, if you are creating a sleeping loft for kids or don't mind using a ladder yourself, a space-saving ladder can be a real blessing!
“layout” — simoningram
Bower Architecture
Bellarine Beach House
floor-to-ceiling storage. Fill it with treasured tomes, colourful mementoes and special collections.BONUS TIP: If you’re looking for a practical space-saving solution, choose a unit that mixes closed and open. You can hide all manner of sins in the hidden nooks and keep your accessories on display.
“Shelves” — dmtstoch
Bayview Design Group Australia
4 Reviews
Apartment Interior Fitout
10. Space-saving layoutsThe U-shaped arrangement is one of the most workable of all kitchen layouts. This kitchen is a great example of how a U-shaped layout can
“Sleek, no handles” — texasgal46
Resort Custom Homes
3 Reviews
The Hennek Residence
1. Basic built-in bunk bed. Houzz readers loved the custom, grown-up color of this built-in bunk bed. Several even wanted this space-saving solution for their guest rooms.
“ok” — k1way30
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
David Vandervort Architects AIA
Look for space-saving shapesThink your space is too small for a bath? Investigate the huge range of tubs out there in myriad shapes and sizes and you might find there’s one with your name on it. This compact oval sneaks into the under-window area with millimetres to spare, leaving space for a slim vanity
“To small for this bath” — luciemercier
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