Germany-born, Switzerland-based designer Till Koenneker took matters into his own hands when he moved into a studio apartment that had no storage. Building a simple cube-like design, called The Living Cube, he found space for his vinyl collection, TV, clothes, and shoes. On top of the cube, Koenneker was able to incorporate a bed for guests and inside houses a much-needed storage space. http://design-milk.com/the-living-cube-by-till-koenneker/
Filled with functional nooks and crannies, architect Tim Seggerman's revamp of a tiny New York City apartment includes a "library" that according to Seggerman is about four feet high, four feet wide, and six feet deep. WONDERFULNESS!
Great design From:Tiny Houses Desk and shelf units - They are attached to the walls with 45mm x 35mm blocks which I have screwed straight into the studs. I then screwed through the back of the desk/shelves with long wood screws into the blocks. The big washers you can see on the desk units are needed so that the small heads of the screws dont pull through the wood, the weight of the fold out parts for the desk is supported only by the hinges.