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    Slivers-of-Space Storage

    Think there's no way you can pack another inch of storage into your house? Think again and explore these overlooked spots that can provide a sliver of storage just where you need it. Plus, BHG contributor and Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Ryan gives his tricks for carving out more storage from e...
    • Rebecca Davis

      An idea to go around the door frame in the loungeroom

    • Marie Pack

      Shelving around pantry or laundry room doors to increase storage space

    • Michele V

      Adding storage space through bookshelves around doors and windows. Wonder if it would be possible to have built around my pantry door?

    • Callie Marie Koch

      Slivers of Space Storage Frame a doorway with bookcases or shelves to turn wasted space into storage. Spring for built-ins or get the same function with freestanding units. This solution works best for less-frequently used passageways, such as pantry or laundry room doors, rather than main entries.

    • Becca Riegler

      Great space saving idea utilizing the doors in small spaces.

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