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21 brilliant ways to squeeze more space out of your tiny bedroom

Living large in a small space?? IT'S POSSIBLE.

Swap the obtrusive floor lamp for an unobtrusive hanging light.

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Have your desk double as a nightstand.

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Or if a nightstand is all you need, get one that floats and you'll save on floor space.

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Shelving should also float.

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Desks too, for that matter.

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Your hamper needn't be a bulky basket. Make one out of fabric and hang it on the door.

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A DIY project that will cost you only $3.

If you need a workspace in your room, tuck it away in the closet.

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Or try squeezing your bed in there.

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You can hang your clothes from the ceiling.

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Take advantage of vertical space with tall, thin shelving.

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Buy a bed frame that doubles as storage.

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Or you can simply put your mattress on risers for more under-the-bed storage.

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With a USB charger! You can buy these here.

Turn your bookcase into a footboard.

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Use up every corner of the room.

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Put a shelf over your doorway.

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Raise a portion of the room on a platform for hidden storage.

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Loft your bed!

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Or invest in a Murphy bed.

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Don't forget about the sides of your closet.

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Your window sill is a built-in shelf and/or bedside table.

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Order a Living Cube, an all-in-one bed frame, storage unit, bookshelf, closet, workspace and entertainment center.

Photos: Living Cube

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