Whether it's a small bathroom or small bedroom, make the most out of your small room with ideas on decor, accessories, and more. Get small living room, kitchen, and laundry room ideas, plus discover our selection of furniture and appliances for small spaces.
Use big impact décor items like mirrors, paint, and more to create a focal point in a small bathroom.
A large mirror is the ultimate statement piece in a small space. It's best to put it just above the vanity, for practicality reasons, and because the light will have a chance reflect off the mirror and make the cramped space brighter.
Complement these big impact pieces with a neutral vanity with lots of storage. Look for vanities with large cabinets that you can add shelving or storage baskets to make the most of your small space.
Mirrors are great in small spaces because they reflect light, which makes any room appear larger. A recessed medicine cabinet with mirrors helps expand the feel of the bathroom and offers a storage solution in cramped quarters.
Bathroom storage can be a mishmash of toiletries, hair accessories, makeup, and jewellery. Adding pull-out cabinets and bins transforms the bathroom's command centre.
Maximize a small space by using every available surface. A door organizer, originally intended as a spice rack for the kitchen, is perfect for storing smaller toiletries in bottles or jars and makes use of otherwise wasted space.
Keep frequently used items within reach in the middle of the vanity. Hooks on the sides of the shelf hold jewellery and accessories. Interlocking trays and a woven basket provide additional storage.
Inside the shower, built-in niches add storage and style. Niches can be made by carving between the wall studs and dressing it up with glass mosaic tiles. The sills are the perfect depth for housing bottles and soaps.
A great way to add decor and storage to your small space is with wall shelves. Installed directly on the wall, they are a great place to show off your linens and specialty soaps.
A vanity is ideal for adding storage to a bathroom. While deep drawers are great, they can easily become cluttered. Add trays to separate items and keep drawers organized. These trays keep jewellery from becoming a tangled mess.
A towel rack near the bathroom door keeps clutter off the floor. Save space with a pull-out towel bar or a double rack. Some even come with a built-in shelf for even more storage space for your small space. Or use your door for added spots to hang your clothing or towels with a wall hook.
Transform an old bookcase into a small wardrobe. Add café curtains threaded on a tension rod to conceal certain items while showing off others. Or keep the shelves in and use it to store your shoe collection.
Do you want to update your kitchen but have little room for major appliances? Discover our small space appliances for the tiniest kitchens. Look through our selection of small space appliances, like refrigerators, stoves, and dishwashers.
Suspend a hanging rack from the ceiling to display and store pots and pans. Make sure the rack is high enough above the stove to prevent grease from coating them.
Make use of the space between your ceiling and cabinets. Add shelves to extend your storage space to the ceiling. It is a great spot to store reusable containers or display your serving pieces.
Do you have a small space, but like to entertain? The perfect solution is a drop leaf dining table. Fold down sections of the table to push it against a wall for everyday use, then simply extend it when you have company over.
In a small space, it is key to draw your eyes upwards towards the ceiling, giving the illusion of high ceilings. Panel curtains will do the trick. Make sure to stay away from dark colours, which will make the room feel closed in.
It’s important not to overcrowd small spaces with furniture. There are a couple of ways to offer cozy and functional seating in your living room.
The ultimate space save, all-in-one washers and dryers do it all! A combo washer and dryer in one unit, they are the perfect choice for small quarters. They come in a variety of capacities and offer many features.
When you don’t have a wide space, a stackable washer and dryer is the way to go. The additional floor space can be dedicated to more storage. Leave enough room in between the units to install a pullout shelf for folding laundry.
Technology upgrades to washers and dryers have changed how we do laundry. Before you start a load of laundry, remember these key points.
Utilize all the space in your laundry room. The space above your washer and dryer can be used to hang a clothes line for air-dry clothing, or you can install shelving for items like laundry detergent, dryer sheets, cleaning supplies, and more.
Create an ironing station by installing a recessed hideaway ironing board to save floor space. It can be folded against the wall when not in use, and is easily accessible for when your laundry is complete!
Make laundry less of a chore by moving your washer and dryer to a more convenient spot – the closet!
First, determine if your closet is large enough to accommodate the washer and dryer. Adding electricity and plumbing typically involves hiring an electrician and a plumber.