Nooks and crannys; making the most of those small spaces

By Fiona Hyland

Are you a little stuck for space? These genius interior solutions will show you how to maximise the use of those awkward nooks in your home.

Having space to fill below a window can be a challenge. You won't want to put in a piece of furniture that will block the light, quite the opposite, in fact, you want to make optimum use of the natural light. Creating a reading nook is a great way to fill the space. This chaise lounge creates a comfy, inviting space; perfect for reading the Sunday morning paper cozying up with a good book.

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If you have the luxury of working from home, but don't have the space for a home office; create the space. This desk is goals! Perfect for storing accessories, clothes, papers, electronics etc. You could set up shop in a corner of your bedroom, and still have ample storage for all of your bits and bobs.

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Ideal for small dining spaces, a bench will not only provide plenty of seating room at your dining table, but its long shape will draw the eye out, making the room appear longer and more spacious.

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These homeowners have incorporated some very clever storage into their bedroom, with these wall hooks. Perfect for hanging up clothes, bags, jewellery, hats - the list is endless!

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Room dividers are tipped to be a huge interiors trend in 2017/18, and we love how this one complements the dormer shape of this studio apartment.

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Painting your room two contrasting colours will create the illusion of two rooms. The ladder leading to a mezzanine level is perfect for accessing the larger items that you can store up there.

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