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A Studio Loaded With Unusual Storage Solutions
If you ever lived in a tiny studio, you know that carving out space for your essentials, not to mention an average-sized sofa or table for four, can be challenging. This quirky Madrid apartment, owned by Dido Fogué, is full of unique solutions for common small space problems.Continue to 2 of 9 below.
02 of 09
Make More Room for Dinner Guests
For example, the pint-size kitchen has a retractable dining set that lowers down from the ceiling. The table and benches make room for four adults.Continue to 3 of 9 below.
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Need extra room for slicing and dicing? That's not a problem in this tiny kitchen thanks to a countertop that magically unfurls when needed.Continue to 4 of 9 below.
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Ingenious Ceiling Storage
Convenient ceiling storage that easily pulls open like this drop-down bookshelf frees up floor space while keeping visual clutter out of sight.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Swing for Fun
The tiny living room in this crash pad is too small for an average-sized sofa. It is, however, the perfect size for this awesome little swing.Continue to 6 of 9 below.
06 of 09
Oh Yeah, There's a Hammock
Need to kick back to relax fully? This tiny living room is equipped with a hammock.Continue to 7 of 9 below.
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Floor Storage in the Bathroom
Sure, living in an attic apartment like this one is especially tricky because there's not much headroom. This tiny bathroom tackles this challenge with a sunken tub and plenty of floor storage.Continue to 8 of 9 below.
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The rafters overhead make standing up in this tiny bathroom impossible. This smart vanity, though, makes performing basic grooming tasks easy as pie.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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Peek at the Bedroom
The bedroom is just big enough to accommodate a full-sized bed. And unlike the tiny bathroom, there's plenty of headroom.
So how much did it cost to renovate this 620 square foot attic apartment? Around $75,000 USD.