Cecile O'Neill

Cecile O'Neill

Cecile O'Neill
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i will own a tiny white shed, all for me, and it will have a sewing machine and nice bits and bobs and all sorts of interestingness that can keep me occupied for hours. i

Just to see the interior scale of one of these small sheds. My purpose would be a place to cook the broth outside of the house, perhaps run a dehydrator, have some shelves for lacto-fermenting, and a sink to wash garden produce.

We asked tiny home residents and designers how they squeezed as much storage as possible out of their ultra-petite pads. Steal their ideas to maximize your own space.

Instead of visible cabinets for additional storage, the home has a deeper wall between the bathroom and the kitchen area. This wall hides extra cabinet space and reduces the appearance of clutter.

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Closet Remodel: A Productivity Zone– If you can’t dedicate a full room to a workspace, floating shelves, chalkboard paint, and sconces turn a standard closet into a super-functional office.

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Transform your bathroom with this Marvelous Mason Jar DIY Bathroom Organizer! This DIY organizer is both chic and practical. The mason jars neatly store all your bath and beauty products and, in addition, add a touch of rustic elegance to your bathroom de

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Since acrylic organizers are Jennifer's go-to for many projects, I added the legs to dress things up a bit since the organizer was going to be front and center in our living room," Jennifer explains.