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Stylish Solutions for Awkward Spaces You’re Not Sure How to Tackle

Tight corners, the space under your stairs, the tops of cabinets—these awkward spaces are the great equalizers of design. We all deal with some or all of these things in our homes no matter what our budgets look like. Money may certainly give you more decorating options, but sometimes ingenuity is really all it takes to conquer these tricky areas. Here are some ideas to help you tackle your “dead zones”.

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Posted on Jul 27, 2017

Are You Making These Common Furniture Layout Mistakes?

Furniture buying is hard; even harder still might be where to put it all and how to arrange a room. You might be inclined to just throw everything up against the wall, or set up your stuff the way your parents did in your childhood home. And though it might not seem like rocket science, the littlest tweaks in flow and placement can really make a colossal difference in the way a room feels and how you live in it. Below, we broke down four common errors you might be overlooking in your own home (and how to fix them).

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Posted on Jul 14, 2017

10 Ideas for Dividing Small Spaces

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Small homes afford few ways to configure space, and it’s up to you to carve out designated areas that function differently, based on your needs. The goal is to find solutions that are flexible, and don’t take up too much valuable space. Here are ten ways to partition off parts of your home:

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Posted on Jul 6, 2017

Furniture Placement Ideas for an Awkward Living Room Layout — The Room Layout Doctor is In

If you’ve ever lived in an apartment, particularly a small apartment, this situation probably sounds familiar: you’ve signed a lease, you’re so excited about your new place, and then you realize—you have no idea where to put the furniture. And that’s where we come in. In this new column, we’re tackling the weirdest and most perplexing space planning solutions. Did the Room Layout Doctor do a good job of fitting everything in? You be the judge.

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Posted on Jun 26, 2017

Help! How Do I Place Furniture in This Strangely Shaped Studio? — The Room Layout Doctor Is In

One of the most perplexing things about moving into a new place, especially a small place, is where to put the furniture. This apartment, with its curving wall of windows, presented a unique challenge. How do you create both a bedroom and a living space (and maybe a dining room and a study, too) in a place that’s so small, and so unusually shaped? We went to the drawing board to come up with a few ideas.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2017

Don’t Be a Wallflower: Why You Should Consider “Floating” Your Bed

Here at Apartment Therapy, we like to encourage design solutions that break the rules. A few months ago, Eleanor caused a bit of a stir by saying that, yes, it is totally fine to put your bed on a wall right in front of a window . But what if — what if you didn’t put your bed on a wall at all?

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Posted on Jun 18, 2017

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