3 Genius Ideas For Your Home's Nooks and Crannies

House and Garden UK  has shared a roundup of ways to utilise the forgotten cubbies and overlooked corners of your home. We're digging their inspired small space solutions and dead-on tips for maximizing your home's storage and use potential. Read on for three of our favourite takeaways. Genius Ideas for Utilizing Your Home's Nooks and Crannies In the apartment of London-based designer Hugh Leslie, a small space where a sloped roof meets the wall has been utilised as a built-in dresser and small cupboard. Though the existing architecture may not allow for the deep drawers you're accustomed to, you'll certainly have more storage than you started with. Genius Ideas for Utilizing Your Home's Nooks and Crannies An oversized landing with a large picture window has been put to good use in this space from Turner Pocock. Use square footage not needed in your stairway as an opportunity to incorporate an office space. Perfect for keeping an eye on kids who are supposed to be working on their homework. Genius Ideas for Utilizing Your Home's Nooks and Crannies An awkward corner in designer Jane Taylor's dining room left her stumped until she opted to carry the bookshelves she was having installed all the way across the nook and put the portion that covered the small area on hinges. This created a small, closet-sized work area for the designer's husband that could be accessed by the simply swinging bookcase. Very Bond, James Bond. See more genius ideas at House and Garden. Photographs: 1. Lucas Allen for House and Garden 2. Richard Powers for House and Garden 3. Jane Taylor for House and Garden

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