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Every Inch Counts: How To Put Even the Tiniest Corner to Work | Apartment Therapy

Every Inch Counts: How To Put Even the Tiniest Corner to Work | Apartment Therapy

Due to the nature of student living, I cannot adjust and redesign my room very much as my house is rented. However, I am determined to create the perfect workspace for me as I find I work a lot bet...

Due to the nature of student living, I cannot adjust and redesign my room very much as my house is rented. However, I am determined to create the perfect workspace for me as I find I work a lot bet...

The IKEA FINTORP kitchen organizer series is a clever way to organize your kitchen and free up some of your workspace, all while bringing a traditional look to your kitchen. And for a kitchen that really comes together, don’t forget knobs and handles for your cabinets and drawers.

The IKEA FINTORP kitchen organizer series is a clever way to organize your kitchen and free up some of your workspace, all while bringing a traditional look to your kitchen. And for a kitchen that really comes together, don’t forget knobs and handles for your cabinets and drawers.

details I like: white walls, white floors • cluttered in a way that I don't mind • photo uncredited

details I like: white walls, white floors • cluttered in a way that I don't mind • photo uncredited

Credit: Ida Magntorn Product designer Bobby Petersen has creatively and cleverly transformed the living space in the former industrial warehouse he rents in Tottenham, north London. Experimental and knocked together out of salvaged materials, the pendant lights constructed from cardboard and strong glue are typical of Petersen’s approach to the refurb, which has cost him only 'around 800 quid'.

Credit: Ida Magntorn Product designer Bobby Petersen has creatively and cleverly transformed the living space in the former industrial warehouse he rents in Tottenham, north London. Experimental and knocked together out of salvaged materials, the pendant lights constructed from cardboard and strong glue are typical of Petersen’s approach to the refurb, which has cost him only 'around 800 quid'.

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