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Add interest and utility to a wall by flanking a window with a pair of closets or built-in cabinets. Put a window seat in the middle, and within this 2-ft.-deep space, you’ve gained storage, a sunny reading nook, and reflective surfaces that bounce daylight into the room.

Add interest and utility to a wall by flanking a window with a pair of closets or built-in cabinets. Put a window seat in the middle, and within this space, you’ve gained storage and seating.

This tiny house, "Austin," is built on a single axle 12′ trailer. That hanging bed is pretty nifty. To find the article, search on "Austin" on the website. | Tiny Homes

Austin Tiny House interior In Love with that couch swing! this is purrfect! i could see the cats now running up and down those alternating stairs!

25 Unique Staircase Designs To Take Center Stage In Your Home

Custom open-wall staircases are fast becoming a favorite feature of ultramodern interiors, the sharp engineering and artful construction bringing beauty

40  Stunning Interior Design Ideas That Will Take Your House To Another Level

Do you have some wasted space in a staircase? Here’s an idea for that expanse of air: put a hammock in it! OODA Architects did that in a house and now there’s a “lofted” space by a window for reading, sunning and relaxing. Fun and yet.